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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... would be spoilt by double lane highways and high-rise developments through forests and hills on this pristine coastline". Day after day there's new unspoilt seaside hamlets to explore as well as layback day-trip boat cruises to off-shore islands and national parks. Before heading back to the midlands from the east coast one is reminded of the coastlines diversity when arriving at the Bay of Fires. Numerous small coves of sandy white beaches surrounded by gigantic granite ...
... we were told had amazing views. The trail descriptions said there were steep parts on the way up to the lookout but we thought ain't no thang, we're pros at this point. Ha. Hardly. The steps were mostly just rocks on the side of the mountain and looked never ending after each turn. We saw a few people going the opposite direction who were warning us of what was to come - how much harder could it get? Well, for the last roughly 500m they had chains attached to the mountain to help ...
... way back to car, then spent the afternoon back at the van park. The kids found some other kids to play with which was nice.
On Tuesday we all went into the city and Keiran took all the kids while I went and had a few hours to myself wandering the shops. I stayed until the afternoon and got a pedicure before catching a bus back to the caravan park. On Wednesday the kids and I dropped Keiran in the city to have ...
... many people as I climbed up steps in skates and nearly giving Drew a heart attack going back down. Made it on to the ferry after a veeeeerrryy long time waiting around. Went to the bar and waved goodbye to Tassie.
Getting off the ferry in Melbourne was a fun challenge; u-turns and 2 rather steep ramps had to be negotiated. Had to explain to the ferry man that we just needed a bit of a run up as we rolled sedately back down the ramp after our ...
... for our group. Another underwhelming breakfast complete and we were back out and seeing some final sights of Hobart.
On the way to our new in-laws place, driving a road we had driven the past 3 days/ nights, after merging towards a turn off (that we had taken previously) we discovered that it no longer belonged to the out-going traffic and we were driving head-on with oncoming traffic. With cars speeding towards us ...