Seafields

Address: 283 Broomfield's Rd , Howick, Auckland, North Island, 2571, New Zealand | 5 star b&b
 
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This 5 star B&B, located on 283 Broomfield's Rd , Howick, is near Limerick Racecourse, Howick Historical Village, Ambury Park, and IMAX.
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    Travel Blogs from Howick

    California adventure

    A travel blog entry by maggieonholiday on Apr 16, 2015

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    Today I went to the other side of Disney land. It was called California adventure. First I went to the log floom. After that I went to play lots of side games my favourite one was called fire brigade. We also played a fishing game. I got a cuddly toy called mickey. Later I went on a fares wheel. It went high up. After a while I went home I had a fun ...

    It's just not the Boro....but it will do

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Feb 08, 2015

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    ... anticipation as I set off over to Auckland City's 'stadium' to get my football-fix having starved myself of live football for nearly a year since I last watched my beloved Stevenage FC (The Boro). They were playing bottom of the league Southern United. The Kiwitea stadium is located in a residential area down a narrow street just a few km from the city centre, with a maximum capacity of 3,500. The first surprise for me was that I could actually park right ...

    The Journey to Middle Earth

    A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Feb 06, 2015

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    ... time had come.

    Once more the relentless rain (which had hindered the final days of our journey through the Southern Lands) continued to fall. The ferry would depart from a small town named Picton, and given the nature of the weather, I worried that our sea paths would be riddled with danger. I fear that I am a man who is not accustomed to travel over oceans, and thus I am prone to suffering. My thoughts returned to Amsterdam where we set sail in similar conditions and I ...

    New Zealand- it's been sweet as!

    A travel blog entry by emilygeorgia18 on Jan 08, 2015

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    ... same, even if when I walked out my hands looked like they had been attacked by the crayola kid. Noirin and I looked around the shops and I bought Ira a 'grow your own boyfriend' as she doesn't have much luck and it's something we joke about. I left Noirin after another sad goodbye and went back to Ira's to finish packing. Ira took me to the airport, she's been so kind to me & i've only known her a week. ...

    Our Day in Auckland

    A travel blog entry by hughieanddoris on Nov 24, 2014

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    ... booked our accommodation for the next two nights at a town called Paihia about 3 hours drive north of here. We pick up the hire car in the morning and the road trip begins.
    We've seen quite a bit today. One random thing we've noticed is that people don't J-walk in the main streets but wait for the green man. And we found a street stall selling delicious cinnamon cakes called Chimney Stacks, a traditional Hungarian recipe.
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