Eden Park Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Our first day. Just a note on the airlines we flew with. Singapore was absolutey wonderful, food, comfort, cabin crew, really a wonderful experience. As for Air New Zealand, a bit disappointing, less legroom and limited options of food etc. Please note that this blog will be updated by both Jackee and Dogan when possible. After a sleep we woke up at around 7am, Caleb slept for around 2 hours more, lucky fish! We then headed off on our first trip to a mall in Botany, Auckland. ...
... in a lot with other backpacker cars and people come and take a look. We signed up right away!
That night we cleaned the car as much as we could, clearing out our luggage and any and all souvenirs (mostly rocks) from all the cracks and crevasses. We woke up early on Saturday and drove down to the parking lot. I had made some awesome signs on hot pink poster board, so I knew our car would stand out. Using our portable iPod speaker we set the mood with some “Please buy ...
... beggars etc. Not what I was expecting. As we were driving towards Auckland, it looked beautiful, but as I said to Rusty, I compare it to a Monet - looks great from a distance but not great up close. Auckland is incredibly multicultural!! It astounds me how so many cultures appear to live in such harmony. We spent the day wandering the streets and opted for a late lunch at Skycity Casino. More walking provided us with a thirst and appetite so ...
... on it's day. Unfortunately we were not around for this. Our friend also took us to the best fish and chips we had come across since leaving Cornwall, and to Bridal Veil Falls, a cool waterfall that is surrounded by bush. I haven't even mentioned the delicious Raglan Roast Coffee I was introduced to, as well as Pineapple Lumps and the L&P drink - the list could be endless. We had a really fun time in Raglan and were sad to say goodbye. We were, however, on route to our ...
... The elevator doors were also made of glass and you would be able to see out, again, every now and then. I was super happy to get off at the 51st floor. The observation area is large, circular of course. There is a step down and it seems you are right on the edge. We got some fabulous pictures of Auckland.
We decided to go one floor down to the cafe area. We had the best cup of coffee and a scone that was laden ...