Eden Park Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After that, we went to Mt. Eden, which had an equally stunning view. All of these hills are small volcanic cones and they have craters next to them. Mt. Eden has a large crater and is probably great for snow sledding, if they allow it.
We then stopped at KFC and got some snacks from a neighboring convenience store, the owner recently came back from Nashville, Tennessee and plans on going back to see Atlanta and Disney ...
... of the south we
never saw any. Of course, us being honest and nice people always
paid; wanting to support such a great system and thanking there was
this as an option so not to be forced to pay out double for a holiday
park every night.
Of course, it's not just the camping
when you got a camper van, it's the driving too and our camper did us
proud; it always turned on, was super easy to drive (now used to
automatics) and was pretty ...
... to catch the bus back into town and head back to the hotel for a bit of downtime before meeting up again for dinner in a very nice Israeli restaurant. Highlights included halloumi, half a chicken and a whole roasted snapper with turkish delight and mint tea to round off a great evening.
A later start this morning (Mark and I went out for beers last night) but a similar story with another delicious brunch ...
... all the hot pools and things, but it was free! Anyway, we had sausages in beans and bread and read our books all night. The English department would be so proud! 1/5 Turns out we'd stayed by a local geothermal swimming pool. There are worse things we could have stayed by! We had a much needed shower by the pool and again read all day. We have a but of a fry up for lunch, using the sausages and eggs we had and set off again. Mt. Tongariro was our next destination, and so we ...
... season is terrible you feel that the fans
will follow their favourite team in the good and the bad moments. I was so
surprised by the energy that the fans give to the players on the field, they
scream, they sing and they make noise from the beginning to the end of the game
and when you see all these fans of all the ages screaming together for their
team you know that is more than just a sport ...