Number 11 Hay Street

11 Hay Street, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Wellington

Day One Hundred & Eleven: Camper Crusade

A travel blog entry by emmahannahmilla

5

... we checked out of our self-imposed hermit status and ventured out to socialise with other human beings. I unfortunately ended up being put to bed around 1am whilst the girls partied til the early hours, so perhaps the hermit lifestyle wasn't such a bad thing... Morning came and all that was left to do was visit the constantly evolving Museum of New Zealand; Te Papa. This $350 million celebration of all things New Zealand occupies a striking ...

New Zealand - Day 10 - Wellington - Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach

10

... in New Zealand. Fallen rocks from space were on display. Scientific research displayed more questions than answers. After an enlightening afternoon we headed back to the hotel for dinner. With seeing the Lego Movie advertised we treated ourselves to an evening of cinema. It was a brilliant choice if film, a lighthearted movie bringing about lots of laughter. Who said Lego is just for kids! During the film we enjoyed an Easter Egg to keep up tradition. What a great Easter ...

New Zealand - Wellington

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

38

... we crossed the "City to Sea Bridge" that, as its name indicates, connects the heart of the city with the waterfront, stretching over a multi-laned road. The bridge is constructed of timber planking and is decorated with non-traditional wooden sculptures carved by prominent Māori artist Paratene Matchitt, some of which form the sides of the bridge.

Here we got lost a little bit because Gonzalo and his dad continued to the museum, while Gonzalo's mum and I stayed on ...

Quirky Cool NZ Things

A travel blog entry by lawslo

9

... stew. Venison is also quite popular, leading to the
strange (to our eyes) sight of lots of fenced fields where deer are raised like
cattle. We also found it somewhat odd that while gluten free dishes abound,
veggie dishes are still pretty rare.

Finally, NZ has a thing for classic rock and pop songs. In
many places on the mostly rural South Island we were often lucky to find a
single radio station. Almost invariably, though, the station would feature ...

Mountains and hangovers

A travel blog entry by sbgibbons

1

... a valley. It was a really nice break from being in a town and to just have a chill and soak in the hot tub.

Off to Wellington next, not my favourite city and in my opinion doesnt quite deserve its capitol status but a great place to be for St Patricks Day! We got kitted out in all the green and shamrock gear we could find and made our way to every Irish bar in the city. It was a great night, everyone was in a great mood and as the centre isnt that big it had ...

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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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