Braemar on Parliament Street B&B Auckland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... perfect just had no toilet and shower so made camping options more limited.
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... was a perfect example of Kiwi kindness.
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... the day, so if I have extra time in the trip I will definitely go back at night.There wasn't all that much to do, but I wasn't expecting to do much, rather enjoy the sights.
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I took a ferry to the island, it was approximately 17km from Auckland, and took around 40 minutes. I found out the island includes 40km of beaches, and ...