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TravelPod Member ReviewsStonehaven Homestay Blenheim
John and Paulette make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive. We had a great stay here, the food was fabulous and the whole ambiance of the place makes you relax.
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Today we had a little surprise arrive, the mail-man turned up with a package for us and now we have to make room for an extra on our travels.
The very kind workmates of mine sent up a Bon voyage gift for us which included Kyle the Kiwi, and strict instructions that they wanted to see him in many of our photos!
... in Denver.
We concluded our wine tasting at Mahi, which has a nice lineup including a tasty c******nay (2013), sauvignon blanc (2014) and pinot noir (2013). From there, we made one more tasting stop, this time at a craft brewery called Moa. They sell Moa beer in Denver, so we were excited to check them out, particularly since we are big fans of craft breweries. They have an intimate and quaint tasting room that is decorated in a ...
... only 18) took a lot of time and pleasure in describing each wine to us, answering all our questions about the growing and naming processes etc. We bought the 2014 Sauvignon Blanc here, which is apparently available in the UK .... Highly recommended by us! FORREST - we were greeted by a sommelier in the vineyard on arrival, who took pride in explaining the growing and vintage process to us in situ. Really interesting - a lot of hard work goes ...
We took a taxi from the Bolton Hotel to the Inter Islander Ferry at 7:00 am. We had reservations in the Premier Lounge. We had a lovely breakfast, comfortable seats and good food. I spent the two and one half hours working on my blog and Bob took pictures of the scenery. Before we landed, I had an apricot gluten free pastry that was a delight. We landed in Picton where we had ...
... got the clueless guy on the other end to reset the system so that it would work. All up we must have been there about 15 minutes. And of course, the moment it got working, other vehicles rolled up and used it immediately without any thought as to the hassle we had just gone through so that they (and we) could benefit.
We got into Nelson and of the two major roads into town, we picked the one that had 30km/h speed restriction due to a very long ...