83 By the Sea Motor Lodge
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- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews 83 By the Sea Motor Lodge Lower Hutt
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... to rugged tramping tracks. We got there in time to join a 45 minute guided walk which took us through the wetland area where we saw shags and paradise ducks, and bush area where we saw tuatara, takahe, kaka, karkariki, fantails, tui and other birds. The two takahe are a pair of 20 year olds that no longer produce fertile eggs. Although they can not fly they are fitted with radio transmitters so that they can be ...
... is not as bad as the track we remember from Monument valley where I once took a hire car, this prompting Camilla to get out the rental car documents to check up on how much trouble we (I) would be in if the wheels came off. After this we drove back to the botanical gardens and did some of the parts we did not have time for the day before,including the Australian Garden and the succulents and rocks sections. We ...
... man opening the shop again and the objects returning to the inanimate objects they were. I have to say it was really unusual and very informative covering the whole of New Zealand's history sine the Europeans settled there. There was really nothing to follow that and Steve did say his museum tolerance level had been reached. He really is a disappointment to me when all i am trying to do is bring a little culture into his life.
So as we ...
... against the starkly contrasting volcanic surrounds. From the summit you’re rewarded with panoramic views towards both the East and West coasts of the North Island, across forest and farm land. It’s incredible that you can see all of this in one day!
Back to the South Island, to another World Heritage area, Te Wahipounamu, encompassing four national parks, including Fiordland and ...
... first place we went to was a karaoke bar full of locals all waiting there turn to get on the mic. Very funny! We also went to an Irish bar which had a band on so we had a little boogie.
The next morning the weather was terrible so Lake Taupo didn’t look too great but we cheered our self up with a delicious breakfast from Dixie Browns. We then headed to Rotorua. The weather didn’t clear up so we decided to go to the mud baths. Instead of looking like mermaids ...