Yellow House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in Otago he became the manager of the Bank of Otago in 1867, which serviced the goldfields and made Dunedin and William Larnach rich. He later expanded his interests speculating in several areas before becoming a politician. The story goes that he was riding along the Otago peninsular and decided on the site for his castle. The castle took 15 years to build and included skills and materials from around the world for the interior. Unfortunately ...
... with a wingspan of three meters. The birds nesting area was closed off as a wildlife reserve and the fee was $50 a pop to get in. We passed on this but while walking around on the beach near the reserve we managed to get a glimpse of a Blue Penguin. We seen these little guys before in OZ but it is always nice to see one again.
Once back in town we were looking to do laundry. We stopped at the first one we seen. We did not realize we were in the ...
... medium; line-height: normal; orphans: 2; text-align: -webkit-auto; widows: 2;">Just as I have been telling people "in Canada.." While I've been here.
I have learned so much about myself, New Zealand, and a lot from the other internationals. It has given me insight. Shown me different perspectives about the world. I'm grateful for ...
... and asked if he had any ideas for what we could do. He suggested taking a bus to Santa Monica. We found 3 (volunteer) information desks in the international terminal and all of them were empty but there was some information about buses posted there.
It was really easy and dirt cheap. We took the LAX shuttle bus to Lot C Parking/ City Bus Center to pick up the Big Blue Bus to Santa Monica. And the bus fare was only a dollar per person each way. You ...
... amp; Michi ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ With a lot of love, our relocation car managed to get us up the steep road to our hostel in Dunedin. Luckily, we always got a parking spot at the very top where it is flat again as we were not sure if we could trust the hand brake. The steepest residential street in the world is just a few streets further and the incline on ours was not much less. Our bed and ...