Eden Park Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... The house was used as Government House by successive governments. An extra wing was added with a open sided outdoor lower floor and rooms above. In 1994 it became the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum. As well as being open to the public it is also used as a venue for private and Government functions.
After the tour we went back to the hotel, changed and packed our bags. The road to the airport from Apia was now almost fully lined with ...
... catch a bus to the bottom of a volcano named Mount Eden and walk up to the top of the summit to see the whole of Auckland. However, before catching the bus, we ran into the shop to buy a bottle of water and a jar of mayonnaise. Looking back on it now, I don't know why we didn't buy the mayonnaise after coming back from the walk, but we are backwards like that, or rather I am backwards. The mayonnaise was coming on a day trip to the top of Mount Eden whether ...
After a day amongst nature, we drove across the Harbour Bridge and stopped off at Mount Eden, a dormant volcano, and Auckland's highest natural point for a view of the city at night. All we could see was lots of bright lights so decided to return another time to see the view during daylight.
We continued on to Mission Bay on the South Shore. It's a ...
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It is amazing what can happen in a year. Last Easter I got dumped. I was miserable and had no idea what to do with myself. But this year has been awesome. I moved to a great new flat. I went on a tropical holiday to Rarotonga. I made new friends and reconnected with old ones. I started cycling around Wellington. I got a promotion at work. And I booked a 3 month backpacking trip through the ...