Number 11 Hay Street

Address: 11 Hay Street, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 11 Hay Street, Wellington, is near TheNewDowse, Percy's Reserve, Tunnel Gully, and White Heron Sanctuary.
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North Island - Take One

A travel blog entry by sktravels on Jan 03, 2015

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... was an hours walk from the centre. The views were amazing looking back over the city in one direction, a few islands off of Auckland in another and Eden Park, where the rugby World Cup final 2011 was held, in another. It was a fun little trek and we were ready to head to our Christmas destination of Mount Maunganui on the East coast of the North Island the following day. This next hostel was recommended to us by a mate from home and it was a very ...

The End

A travel blog entry by bryce_terri on Nov 29, 2014

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... br> Luxembourg naturally didn’t last long, we jumped over the border into Belgium. Starting in the French speaking Wallonia we visited Bastogne, an important town from World War 2. Moving further north into Flanders (Dutch speaking) we visited the incredible town of Ghent. It has a fantastic old centre complete with canals and a number of tall clock towers – a worthy challenger to Bruges, we ...

Wonderful Wellington, and getting there!

A travel blog entry by catherinemoldau on Oct 30, 2014

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It was a nice drive from Napier to Wellington. We managed half way in a day with a great stop at Norsewood because we had seen the word "Trolls" on our tourist map. This area was settled by Norwegians, brought out to fell the forests and other pioneering tasks. The little museum was interesting and showed what a hard life they would have had in the late 1800s. We stopped the night in Ekatahune, a small, unremarkable town with a ...

Goodby to the North Island

A travel blog entry by mfbernier65 on Oct 25, 2014


... the best one day hike in NZ. We did not that one but went on a short 2.5 hr hike and got a good view of the mountains.
Leaving the mountain village towards the west coast and to Kapiti Island, we took a side road. We were told it was quite scenic but narrow and steep.They forgot to tell us about the hair pin tuns along the route. Oh! so many. Well it was all of that and more. There was no difficulty making sure that you were on the right side ( the left of course) of the ...

Exploring the Wellington waterfront

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Oct 22, 2014

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... really appreciate the steepness of its sides and how precariously the houses seemed to cling onto it. We liked the City to Sea Bridge which crossed the main road: it was intricately carved by a Maori artist and has interesting embellishments and cutouts. We crossed it to Civic Square where there are more interesting things to admire: a large silver ball made of connected ferns suspended overhead, a silver tree fern hiding a light stanchion and a huge ...

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