Sunday, 19 May 2013

Weekend away

We were up bright and early on Friday to get ready to head out for the weekend!  Our destination, Hobart!
It was lovely and sunny when we left home (grainy iPhone pics sorry!).
 

When we arrived in Hobart, it was quite miserable!  We did have a wonderful view from our hotel The Grand Chancellor on the 16th floor.

 
 Saturday morning, we spent at Salamanca Markets, where we had some breakfast, and did a bit of shopping.  We came accross this cool old fashioned band.  All dressed in old time clothes.  They sounded great, and a huge crowd had gathered!
 

Then we walked to the mall and had a bit of a look around and shopped!


Check out this little shop..... And it didnt sell any Budgie Smugglers either!  It was a little Milkbar - takeaway joint!  Had to take a pic LOL

 
The reason for our trip was to see this guy..... Guy Sebastian!  Its my Birthday next week, so it was my gift!  He was totally worth seeing..... He sounded great!  We had great seats, in the gallery, quite close too!  Another iPhone pic.... I think I zoomed in abit too close!
 

10 comments:

Vicki said...

Looks like you had a ball :)

Susan said...

Looks like a fun weekend away.

Leanne said...

It sounds like a wonderful weekend, glad you had fun.

Jo in TAS said...

I saw him last time he was here, loved it. His Armageddon album is great. Today in Hobart was beautiful, sun was out and barely amcloud in the sky. Cathy was down this way too, and I didn't get to catch up with either of you :-(

Susan said...

What a wonderful birthday present!

Noela said...

Glad you had a great time Sarah and those markets are fabulous, we went twice while we were on holiday. Hugs.....

Lynda said...

Fantastic Sarah! Lovely to hear about your weekend away. That hotel is in a beautiful spot.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Lucky you..what a perfect gift

helbel19 said...

What a terrific weekend, lots of shopping which sounds good too.

Helen

Isabella said...

who's the lucky girl then ? dont you love that silly little shop kind of stuck out the way though used to be a petrol station when I lived in Hobart to many moons ago LOL