Braemar on Parliament Street B&B Auckland

Address: 7 Parliament Street, Auckland, North Island, 1010, New Zealand | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 7 Parliament Street, Auckland, is near City Art Gallery, New Zealand National Maritime Museum, Queen Street, and Albert Park.
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      A travel blog entry by mattandjen on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... home in St Heliers. They have already done plenty of work on it and it's a far cry from the London terrace houses we had all been living in until recently. The girls had a great time playing and managed to do so with almost no incidents - amazing.

      After our flying visit with Amanda we headed across town to see cousin Mike and Maaike and their two little boys Fedde and Oscar. It was a little daunting for Fedde with two new big girls in the house, but it ...

      CV Adventure begins; Day TWO

      A travel blog entry by theellisious on Aug 19, 2014

      9 photos

      Today had a few beginnings. Ellis and I didn't go to sleep until four am after a relaxing night watching TV and listening to some old school music together. I planned to go to the gym so I got up at 6, needless to say that did not happen. I woke up a few more times planning to start the day, but decided to make the most of the hotel while we had it so I went back to bed every time. I also had two hot showers and another bath! ...

      Day Thirty Eight - Singapore to Auckland

      A travel blog entry by mikeyhand on Jul 20, 2014

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      We arrived late and only needed to grab our carry-ons since our bags were checked. Since we had a ten hour layover, we got a room at the Jet Park Hotel and decided to get a little sleep. The shuttle came and brought us to the hotel, it was a little chilly.

      The hotel was ok but the walls were thin and the all in all, I wouldn't stay here again if we have a layover in Auckland.

      Please mind your head!

      A travel blog entry by kerrynjones on Jul 02, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... of their child's learning. Children also have a hard-copy portfolio which moves between the centre and children's homes. The documentation also shows an inquiry approach to the planning of the curriculum such as: How can teachers support and extend children as they engage naturally with oral, visual and written literacy practices? The documentation shows the ongoing investigation into questions and ideas, as well as the individual and group ...

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      A travel blog entry by isaach on Apr 26, 2014

      5 comments, 32 photos

      ... on the top of it, which is a fold out 5 man tent. Plenty of room for three of us! It doesn't however, have a fridge, microwave and cupboards like maggie. Anyway, first call for us was hangover lunch, which consisted of mcdonalds. We then set off to our first camp site, which was dickey flat. We stopped off at a supermarket and got to the area in which dickey flat was. There was actually a nicer camp site down the road, by a river and so we stayed there. After beans on bread for ...