Wanaka Springs Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsWanaka Springs Lodge
We stayed for three nights at the Wanaka Springs Lodge we really enjoyed our stay. The room was great and there was a free wifi service that was man enough to handle the skype and facetime calls we made. There is just a short walk to the local shops and restaurants and Glynis and John are full of useful information on things to do and places to see as well as making all the telephone calls to book tables and attractions. There are drinks and nibbles in the evening and this is great time to mix with the other guests and chat to John and Glynis. Great place to stay highly recommended.
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... not trash the beauty of the place.
Arrived in Wanaka and although this is another adventure packed town it is nothing like Queenstown and I do like it. We have stunning views out our kitchen window, snow capped mountains again - OMG so difficult to take and laying in bed - not that I have done that yet (4:45 pm) we have pastureland rising to the sky. Done our shopping and looking forward to lamb shanks for dinner, why is lamb so expensive here.
... special moments were playing Lasertag(such a boy thing) Definitely not ice skating"............ Kiwi discovery & The Luge. Sophie's precious moments were just about everything but mostly Ice Skating (that she was very good at) Sking and going on the gondola/chairlift and the The Luge. Andrew Karen and Emma will met us in Sydney as they are fly from Auckland. Karen enjoyed the beautiful scenery of Queenstown and the hospitality ...
... campsite, which is the most industrial one we have stayed in yet (with hundreds of campers crammed into a few acres of grey brownfield on the edge of town). As we were starting to get hungry, we wasted no time in setting back off towards town. You might think that Fergburger, famous for its chunky New Zealand beef burgers, would be a hostile environment for the likes of us. We had thought so too but were tipped off by our smiling German friends that there would ...
... of the stragglers coming in so we thought. This was 12hrs 54min into race and I can still here the Guy on the PA system still cheering people on and it's 11pm! A satisfying end to a magical day. We're going to stay over again here to explore Wanaka a bit more! Highlights of the day: The helicopter experience Talking to Caroline the Sunderland lass Vies of the Haast River Finding somewhere to stay given the circumstances Having to sort through today's photos to post online - ...
... has two glaciers to its east and west. The weather was frankly pretty ****** so we didn't hang about as long as we would have liked at Hooker Lake, looking up at Mount Cook... and the peak itself was almost fully engulfed by mist anyway. But we did grin and bear it all enough to run down to the lake's edge in the cold rain and feel some real ice blocks! Josh, as you can see in the photo, even managed to pick one up and hold it for ...