Yellow House Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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Kia Ora Dunedin!
Die mit 110.000 Einwohnern zweitgrößte Stadt der Südinsel wirkt wie eine schottische Stadt, die irrtümlich in Neuseeland liegt. Selbst der Name der Stadt Dunedin ist die gällische Bezeichnung für Edinburgh. Der Bahnhof, die Railway Station, ist das Wahrzeichen der Stadt und wirklich imposant
Meine Unterkunft …
... lunch I was kicking Bella's deflated ball for her to retrieve, when I fell backwards - first landing on poor Jeb who let out a squawk, then on the cement path hitting the back of my head on the path, the side on the step. Oh yes, and grazing my elbow. Also knocked the wind out of me. While I was trying to make sense of what had happened, and get up, Jed gave me a thorough licking! When I gaspingly told John what had happened, he said calmly "Did you, dear?"
... looked after a pregnant cat called Babs that used to lounge on our porch and meow like crazy whenever we moved. She looked as big as a cat bus when we met her, but when we left ten days later she still hadn't produced kittens, maybe she was just fat. I became a champion cockroach flipper, ridding our bungalow of the little buggers through the art of knocking them on their backs and scooping them outside. My record was four in one day. The cockroaches were easy compared to ...
... lot of pine logs as well as approx. 90 cruise ships a year between October and the beginning of March. The cruise business is huge for Dunedin and the train comes right along the dock to collect those Radiance passengers that have booked the Taieri Gorge Railway though the ship. We booked ours directly on the net and saved approx $200. We have found that any of the trips booked though Royal Caribbean is very expensive and in US dollars. ...
... invented (we loved watching all the jumpers but no one had it in us to try it ourselves), a vineyard and cheesery (so we just HAD to stop for an early 11 am lunch of course!), an old gold mining town that allowed us to pan for gold and do a tour (great to learn about it here as the we haven't made it to the Yukon yet), and then a Pick-Your-Own cherry farm (a first for the kids - cherry picking- pick one, eat one, pick one, eat one).
Then we ...