Grand Chancellor Hotel Hobart
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... br> Our accommodation for the next few nights was at Customs House, located on the wharf and around the corner from Salamanca. Which was undoubtedly the perfect location for our daily adventures.
We had skipped lunch again today which seemed to be a regular thing on this trip, we would start the day well with a big breakfast and just have car snacks throughout the day till the evening when we would be starving again and have massive dinners. ...
... was scared too!
After the grown-up had some lunch, the sunshine came out - just typical hey! But the guide drove the bus to a place called MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art. Now it was a little bit strange, not like a museum at all, as it didn't have many old things, but lots of new and what grown-ups call 'contemporary' items. There were some really strange things and lots ...
... is a video of it to watch in case it isn't going but the lady couldn't get it working! To top it off you have to have enclosed shoes, trousers, no jewellery apart from a watch, wear a hi-viz vest and safety glasses! We didn't see anything wet! The gardens are lovely and the $15 lunch you are entitled to if you do the tour was ok. Had the 3x200ml tasting glasses that go with the tour...I had cider,Mercury. Kev had bright ale and ...
... falls walking amongst the giant eucalypts, myrtles and ferns that line the track edges - spectacular, saw many little trout in the stream, climbing up a steep section of the track to Horseshoe falls which weren’t quite as impressive and continued on a closed section of the track (didn’t stop us – with a hop and jump over we went) due to a fallen big tree through to the Tall Trees Walk with towering Swap Gums. Boys had fun ...
... the way.
We landed on time and David was there to meet me. We drove into Hobart, parked at Salamanca Square and found a place for coffee. Considering we had only met once before, we got on really well. We then walked around the shops and galleries around Salamanca, before driving to the harbour where a massive ocean liner was parked - moored I suppose. It was a cloudy day so my photographs don't do it justice but at ...
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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
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.