Cityview B&B Homestay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... one other we can't remember. We could then couple this with a starter and that should do us, Tash went for scallops in bacon and leeks and a creamy sauce, Sam the same without the sauce, I had the chowder (with clams, scallops and mussels) and Ed had the leek and potato soup of the day. All were delicious and came with some great homemade bread, including one with a hint of curry flavour. The main dish was equally good, the fish very frech and you could taste ...
... a stretch of water 16km long that runs out to the sea and is surrounded by massive mountains. Rudyard Kipling described it as the eight wonder of world (Like the 'finest drive in the world' we've heard a lot of places we've visited described as the 'eighth wonder of the world). But Mr. Kipling does have point though. Milford Sound looks amazing. Apparently it's rainy every other day there but we were lucky enough to see the sun rise over the ...
... world’s great train trips.” It wasn’t. But such is life. So, what was wrong with the train ride, Jim? Let me tell you. First of all, it was a train to nowhere. There was an interim stop, at Hindon, where he locals were out with their crafts to sell to the tourists. The destination was Pukerangi, perhaps a train station at some point in time, where all we did was turn around and head back. Other than that, nothing. Perhaps I ...
I woke to the sound of rain. Realizing I had put clean clothes outside to dry the previous night I jumped from my bed to determine how wet they had become...pretty much soaked. I removed them from the outside downpour and threw them in the washing machine for a quick spin. I wish I was a morning person as it was so peaceful relaxing on the couch listening to the hum of the washing machine. Alas typically these early morning hours are usually a luxury I sleep through. ...
... camers. Wishing him luck he set off. He did make it fine so nothing for Harry Hill here and no £200. After a suitable rest we started down the steps as the road was a bit toooooo slippy for the descent .Some people did cheat and went up in a car so we felt quite smug, knackered but smug so felt entitled to purchase, for $2nz, the certificate to prove we'd done it. I chose the lemon one.
Still drizzling we'd felt we'd made the right decision to go on the Speights ...