Grand Chancellor Hotel Hobart
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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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... wands and pantyhose flying everywhere we were all ready within an hour.
Once we were all dolled up we drove over to the ceremony venue, the bride's parents backyard.
After almost walking into the wrong house (thanks Ben!) we were seated in the gazebo awaiting the ceremony to begin.
It was a beautiful ceremony finished off by a night full of fun, laughter and hours of dancing.
... said to have wiped out up to 50% of the population.
However on a more positive note, Latrobe, a tiny little village outside Launceston with a population of around 3,000 people has declares itself the 'Platypus capital of the world'.
One last factoid, did you know that Tasmania is the largest producer of pharmaceutical opium alkaloids in the world? It produces 50% of the worlds Morphine and there are fields just full of opium poppies through central ...
... we set off for a walk along the bank of the Huon heading upstream past the Wooden Boat Centre. We ended up walking on a lovely new "Franklin Walkway" which included a significant boardwalk. At the end, we had to turn around and retrace our steps. David cautioned me to show a black snake disappearing under the boardwalk! Yikes!!! Our walk included a sticky-beak up a laneway past the back of the school because we read on the ...
... behaved for the most part and I’m hoping every session is like this! Worked the afternoon shift which was a bit crazy after 3pm when we combined both groups for ice cream and a cartoon.
After a 'quick’ meeting and dinner at the Grill, I worked 7-10pm (hooray for an extra one hour break!). The kids were restless but otherwise good. We were all excited to get off work because tonight is our overnight in Hobart!
I raced back to my cabin to change clothes ...
We started off today with a good hearty breakfast and set off on the Huon trail. We headed down to Huonville which was a lovely windy road with dense forest. We couldn't help but notice that every place had an abundant supply of firewood! We decided to drive on and have a look at the airwalk which was another thirty minutes of windy road but when we got there discovered it was an hours walk and cost $30 each so decided ...