Magnolia House

Address: 18 Grendon St, Dunedin, South Island, \N, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 18 Grendon St, Dunedin, is near Taieri Gorge Railway, Otago Settlers Museum, Cadbury World, and Olveston.
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Travel Blogs from Dunedin

Dunedin New Zealand

A travel blog entry by patandfred on Mar 25, 2015

5 comments

... 1861 gold was discovered in the Otago region which put Dunedin on the map. Dunedin has Scottish connections with a lot of historic castles and cathedrals. We were bused back to our floating hotel by 4.30pm and life starts all over again.We departed Port Chalmers at 6pm for our voyage to the little french inspired village and harbour of Akaroa. It is not very far to Akaroa so we are travelling slow 10kts to reach the anchoring location by 8am.
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We now have a teenager in the family!

A travel blog entry by kleinfamille on Mar 01, 2015

3 comments, 48 photos

... to caffeine-hungry customers. Hoping this will be our reality in Canada within the next 10 years....

Every day is an adventure, many of it planned in advance before we arrive. But one day we had to leave Queenstown in the morning and then plan to be at a small country town in Central Otago by 4:30 pm to be picked up to start our 2 day bike trip. Within the 1 hour drive between the two destinations we stumbled across: the location where bungy ...

Driving to Dunedin

A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Jan 28, 2015

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Woke up to an overcast sky, and couldn't even see Mt Cook from our tent - a pointed reminder of how lucky we've been lately with the clear weather!

We were on the road by ten and made a brief grocery stop in Twizel so we'd have some food for lunch. The plan was to get to Oamaru by lunchtime, and so we did. It was a charming little town with lots of pretty sandstone buildings but ...

Historic City with great wildlife

A travel blog entry by catherinemoldau on Nov 18, 2014

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Dunedin held an added bonus for us - it is the home of my second cousin, Liz, previously unmet by me but known to my family in the UK; our grandfathers were brothers. LIz's Grampy, Ronald Rose, emigrated to NZ at age 19, Liz believes just after WW1, and a branch of the family tree began to grow. It was lovely to meet Liz, having heard much about her from Monica, my aunt, as Liz toured the UK a couple of years prior to my Gap year trip, blazing the trail ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by new2old on Sep 15, 2014

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... way to Dunedin. We found our farm stay after a bit of bad navigating our gps said we were there mum's said we weren't...so we kept driving and then realized our gps was right. Our farm stay is 16 acres just on the outskirts of Dunedin the houses around this area are beautiful very cottage old and cottage style with beautiful gardens. The house we are staying at is beautiful it sort of reminds me of an old queenslander with verandas all around but on a much larger scale. We had booked it ...

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