27 Feb '15, 11pm

@YetiSupport Oh weird... should be

I felt that way, too, until I visited and realized that for foodies of any kind, Hobart—and Tasmania as a whole—is a little gem hiding at the bottom of Australia. With a more temperate climate than the mainland, you can drive 20 minutes outside the city and find yourself in the land of cheese, wine, and whisky. Stay in town and eat some of the best seafood. See seals and dolphins swim in the harbor. Or go and visit one of the best modern art museums I have ever seen, MONA (Museum of Old and New Art). Great coffee, on the other hand, wasn’t as easy to come by until recently, though now Hobart residents are seeing a great little scene developing.

Full article: http://sprudge.com/five-great-cafes-in-hobart-tasmania-71...

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