When we woke up the next morning, the first thing on my mind was breakfast. Hotel breakfasts are always my favourite, so we headed to the hotel restaurant and ate a load of pancakes, bacon, eggs and pastries.
It was a beautiful, crisp Queensland winters day, so with the sun shining we went for a walk down the beach.
We also checked out the views of the canals from the other side of Hastings Street.
With sore feet and hungry bellies, we went and found some coffee and cake, which I did forget to take a photo of, mainly because I was so hungry and the Banana bread I had in front of me, looked delicious.
After eating our cake and drinking our coffees and hot chocolate for me, we headed back to the hotel, to sit in the sun for a little longer, before heading back to the room, to get ready for dinner.
For dinner we headed to the same restaurant we had coffee and cake at earlier in the day, as we looked at the menu and were quite impressed.
Both Mum and I had porchetta, slow roasted pig with Pedro Ximinez black Sherry jus, gorgonzola, baked apples and quince, and crackling.
Shannon went for one of the specials, a lamb rack with spiced quince carrots and potatoes.
The restaurant was Rococo on Hastings Street, its the first restaurant on the corner as you turn into Hastings Street at the roundabout. The food was delicious and the service was fantastic.