Wellesley Boutique Hotel
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... the town. Ours was better than the guided ones because it included the most incredible ice cream. Then we took a walk up Bluff Hill: the most disappointing viewpoint ever, unless you like ports. The rest of the afternoon was spent at the local swimming pool and spa, soaking up yet more rays and steaming out some toxins. Day 7: Best. Day. Ever. Cooked ourselves a hearty breakfast of beans/eggs. Relaxed in a really nice 20s themed hotel/bar with couple of delish cappuccinos to ...
... we have been in, the traffic here was a nuisance. Many of the streets are one way, narrow and seem to change names on a whim. We found some parking ($4, that was cheap) and walked to the ticket booth. The cable car runs every ten minutes, is a five minute ride up to the Botanical gardens, overlooking Wellington. This is where we had, by now, a late lunch. Next was warm shower at the marina, (thanks for the info, Rex), groceries and ...
... since the 1930s. It is on a good plot with a biggish garden and we took the architects plans with us. They are both clearly excited about the project that is going to be a complete re-modelling and re-piling. Great to see the before and determined to see the after. They took us to a lovely coffee shop round the corner- clearly an up and coming area.
Back to their house and Mary demonstrated her breakfast creator side with eggs any way and bacon all ...
... hole course him self and loads of other metal sculptures. Was so much fun, I was not that great, I did get better though :) Back to the pub that night to watch the final England game – they were not as good – still a good game though. Early night for Sunday. Half Marathon time! Little to no training was not the best idea but I did it and I loved it already itching to do another. Quick shower and then back out for ...
... delighted to get on it, otherwise we probably would've been waiting until after ten for our seven o'clock ferry to leave! We got to see a little bit of the Marlborough Sounds as we left the south island before, yep you guessed it, a thunder storm rolled in and pretty much blackened out the view. We imagine it's pretty beautiful on a good day!