Eden Park Bed & Breakfast

Address: 20 Bellwood Ave, Auckland, North Island, 1024, New Zealand | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 20 Bellwood Ave, Auckland, is near Mount Eden, Museum of Transport, Technology and Social History (MOTAT), Piha Beach, and Parnell Rose Gardens.
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    The Waiting Game

    A travel blog entry by james.arnold on Aug 06, 2015

    ... example, did you know that a light year equates to around 10 trillion kilometres and that our nearest star is about 4.3 light years away? We looked through the telescope and saw a star up close (so bright it was actually hard to look at) that was 400,000 light years away. The maths is mind blowing. However, the most amazing bit for me was when our guide pointed out this tiny little dim star in the sky with her laser. We then looked at that same star through the ...

    Action in Auckland

    A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... through lots of palm trees and furns. At the end was a lovely waterfall. It was quite narrow compared to some we'd seen but it was very tall and the area itself was serene. We enjoyed the atmospehere for a while then another group turned up. They had a drone with them and hoped to get some footage of the falls. Foolishly the owner let his girlfriend have a go at piloting it for the first time and moments later it crashed into a tree and got stuck! We did our ...

    Auckland to Apia

    A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jun 16, 2015

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    ... check in and a quick drink and change Susana and Loretta drove Ita and I into Apia to get driver's licenses for Steve and Richard and some supplies including heaps of bottled water. Since the 2009 Tsunami drinking tap water is not recommended. It is a 45 minute drive through numerous villages to Apia. Each village has 2-3 churches and pigs, dogs, chickens and people roam all over the road. For this reason the open road speed limit is 55kph.


    Rain, rain, rain and even more rain

    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on May 23, 2015


    ... I even managed to shave my legs without cutting myself from rushing to get them done before the water stops! After showers we made eggy bread for lunch ( we are running out of supplies now) and then we headed out for a little walk. It was a beautiful day today and was actually quite warm. We had a wander down to the beach and watched the surfers for a little bit. It was obviously warmer in the water today too as it's the first day since we arrived a week ago that we've seen ...

    Farewell Aotearoa

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on May 09, 2015

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    ... to say the least when you’re sleep deprived and stuffed with strange airline food. Talking of which, we had an array of scrambled egg, ‘sauted’ spinach (hmmmm…) lamb, hoki fish and some rather strange tasting potatoes. All the same, one can hardly complain, these meals are being served at 37,000 feet after all!

    Before we knew it, and after some highly entertaining children’s movies (I would highly recommend Wreck-It Ralph and Penguins ...