Clarion Hotel on Canterbury
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Menu Item: Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Notes: Limited Time Only, Get 'Em While They're Hot. They were two warm sourdough pancakes sprinkled with chocolate chips, smothered in hot fudge as syrup, and topped with a nice large scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Comments: These babies were amazing. The substitution of hot fudge for maple syrup was a pure ...
... Great Ocean Road. The coastline was impressive but the weather continued to be uncooperative, with cloudy skies and cool temperatures. The highlight of the first day was a side-trip up an unsealed road (2) into Great Otway national park where you can walk through Eucalyptus/Gum Tree forest and spot Koala's eating and sleeping, mostly sleeping, in the branches above. Jess proved to be the superior spotter, the unofficial count was 8-5. ...
... in Melbourne. Similar to the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal I would say. I bought us General Admission tickets so we can wander around the facility. Spent some time at the main stage, music and Cosentinio The Grand Illusionist. A great pre-race aerial show - RAAF Roulettes, RAAF F/A18 fighter jet and a Qantas 747 flyover. Starting last year Formula One switched to turbocharged V6 hybrid engines, instead of the normally aspirated V8’s…it sucks! ...
... called Taxi. It was very smooth! Then we went back to their place and cooked up a Mexican feast of homemade tortillas, fajitas, and guacamole. We also tried 2 more beers: 4 Pines and White Rabbit. Travis found this awesome Mexican playlist on Songza- it totally made the night. It was so good catching up with the two of them! And they have a really nice ...
... was the limit of the area and many turned away so it was like being in Shanghai, but we were lucky in that 8 of us were upgraded to special warden led tour with a history of the local Aboriginal tribe and culture before front row seats. The number coming oin from the sea was fairly limited but we still saw a lot as the all come out of their burrows and are very noisy!
Back for midnight but too tired to walk out to the city centre which has all roads closed for a festival of lighs. ...