Yellow House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Garry and I had the entree of Prosciutto & melon. The melon was good but the Prosciutto was tasteless. Garry had the Minestrone soup which he assured me was canned and I had the Peach and Prosecco cold soup which wasn't too bad. We ordered Veal Scallopini for main but it wasn't. No creamy mushroom sauce and the meat was tough and tasteless. Garry had Apple crepe & Anglaise which was nice and I had the Tiramisu which was nice but didn't have the hit of ...
... at 30cm tall. We had to wait longer than expected (probably due to a pesky fur seal again!) but true to form they made an appearance. Our guides explained that we'd be able to hear them before we saw them, and this was no lie. They come ashore in 'rafts' (groups) and will quack and squeak to one another to let the next group know the coast is clear. They are surprisingly nimble little things, who made their way from the water with ...
... like steep (and we mean steep!), narrow streets as we looked for a parking place, stalling the lugging MH a few times before we worked our way back to the level harbour!
We did manage to get parked, free downtown because it was a public holiday Easter Monday, (oh, and we all know what that means regarding restaurants, pubs and attractions being open!) ...
... But he reminded us both of a sloppy Labrador, having a bit of a snooze. The others were more playful and what poseurs, they loved it when the cameras came out. I'm sure if I had a beach ball and tossed it to them, they would have performed tricks. They were very entertaining and made us smile. Guy had booked tickets for the theatre, for the matinee performance at 4pm, so we drove back a slightly different route over the peninsular where we where able to see ...
... in the cab of a 1919 Ford model T milk tanker truck. (right hand drive of course), then we drove up the Otago Peninsula to Larnach Castle nice stunning views. I don't recommend the drive for the faint of heart a very twisty road with no shoulders and in many places long drops. Then back down the hill to Dunedin to go find the steepest road in the world. Baldwin St lives up to its title. The steepest section is ...