Grand Chancellor Hotel Hobart
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Chancellor Hotel Hobart
The Hotel was well situated adjacent to the harbour with excellent views. Our room was on the side looking up the main street over pleasant municipal offices and Mount Wellington towering above.
The hotel room was spacious and modern and the restaurant buffet breakfast excellent
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... failed to catch.
Managed to respectably get up about 7.30am and headed off to Devonport for our evening date with the Ferry via The Elephant Pass Pancake cafe. Did not need 3 pancakes between us and promptly felt sick for about 2hrs. They were good though, I regret nothing.
Made very good time to Devonport so went and spent a few hours around the Mersey Bluff light house. I skated to the top and ...
... dark. We checked into the Pickled Frog hostel and then went for a walk and found a pub that was showing the NRL game between the Cowboys and the Bulldogs.
Saturday morning we had breakfast at a place recommended by the bartender at the pub last night (he works at both). We explored a book shop and wandered through the Salamanca market stalls. In the afternoon, we headed to MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) and it ...
... house to ourselves with Dale and Sarah joining us for the Easter holiday. That night a tick on Annie’s bucket list as two young Eastern Quolls frolic on the veranda much to the pleasure of the enthralled dog.
So here we are warm and cosy in front of the fire. Gorgeous D'Entecasteaux Channel view, soup on the wood stove. Life is good for us!
... in front of us without the other 10 thousand tourists on Philip Island was unreal and well worth the trip. The penguins followed us all the way up the stairs and through the car park, right past La Toya before they all went their separate ways in the shrubbery to their nests. Bicheno, you rock, thank you, and thank you Taye for being our Secret Squirrel and letting us in on the inside knowledge.
Every brochure you pick up in Tasmania has pictures of Wineglass ...
... of a snow-storm!! The thermometer on the car was telling us that it was about 4degrees outside. Later, I found out from the BOM website that the apparent temperature was actually -15.4deg and the wind was gusting to 97km/hr. We parked the car and quickly donned every item of warm clothing that we had with us and covered these with our parkas. My black, woollen hat and ...