Paul and Elizabeth's Adventures in Oz

Day 26, Saturday, September 21, 2002—

This being our last day in Hobart, we decided to see a bit more of the city. We walked about the Salamanca Place Saturday Market (and bought a few items), strolled around the docks, walked about some of the Battery Park neighborhoods, and had lunch at the historic Brooke Street Bar & Grill and dinner at Rockefellar's. Tomorrow we head up the A3 highway along the Tas east coast.

City Flour Mills
Historic Building
Another great old building, also attorney's offices now. Why do the attorneys get all the great old buildings? (Must be the money they pull in!!!!!!)
The City Flour Mills block, just across from our lodgings, is one of the historic buildings in Hobart. This section is now attorney's offices. To the right is the Brooke St. Bar & Grill.
Dog on boat
Aurora Australis
A loyal pooch protecting his master's boat
Antarctic research vessel Aurora Australis was in port at Hobart today. Australia is responsible for 41% of the Antarctic research facilities!
Historic house Arthur Circus
A lovely cottage, with a lovely garden, too!
Told you it was cold! See the snow on Mt. Wellington?
Salamanca Saturday Market
The famous Salamanca Saturday Market