Argrove Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... less draughty spot! The views through the Malborough Sound were stunning, turquoise waters met by steep wooded cliffs. We passed the ferry coming from Picton. This created some great photo opportunities. Robin our exchange host met us at Picton and drive us to his well placed townhouse in the centre of Blenheim. We're smack bang in the middle of Cloudy Bay wine growing area. Blenheim is surrounded by ...
... people give donations and to employ local, skilled people; the Habitat volunteer experience really connects you to the place and the people. Volunteers are enriched by the experience. It's a two way flow; you invest your sweat, effort, time, and funds in the land and people; and you get so much more in return. It changes you. Actually meeting and working with the house family gives a genuine insight into their life and culture. Rally and Anne worked harder ...
... the wine and then mounted our aluminium steeds to venture on towards the next tasting opportunity. I think we managed six wineries in total and were only stopped from visiting more by closing time arriving all too soon. My tasting notes are as follows:
- The champagnes were consistently the best plonk on offer, as one would expect;- They make a lovely C******nay and Riesling in these parts. Dare I say that maybe the Kiwis have been exporting the second-rate Sauvignons to us ...
... some like the valve but we found it too tough) and then toss the shells overboard to the gulls. After finishing the mussels it was back to the marina.
We picked up our conversation with Allan on the return to Nelson after a very pleasant day with some new experiences (mussels) and the always enjoyable ones (wine tasting). We arrive back at the hotel about 6 pm and set about packing in preparation for our flight to Napier on the North Island in the morning.
... we both liked with a view to keeping it until Sat when it's our wedding anniversary. Look closely and the picture you will see the grapes on the vine behind Heulwen. We travelled a long way today - @ further 260 kms from Blenheim, which took around 4 hrs. We had a couple of stops one the way mainly to look at the scenery, which was unbelievably spectacular. We seemed to ...