All Seasons Auckland Ellerslie

95 Greenlane Road East, Ellerslie, Auckland, North Island, 1005, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 95 Greenlane Road East, Ellerslie, is near Cornwall Park, One Tree Hill (Maungakiekie), Stardome & the Auckland Observatory, and Highwic.
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Travel Blogs from Ellerslie

New Zealand - Auckland

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 23, 2014

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... privacy if needed, we could make a cup of tea whenever we wanted and probably the best thing of all was the view. It was sooo gorgeous! Our apartment was situated in the 29th floor of a building that was one of the highest buildings in Auckland. We had a stunning view of Aucklandīs skyline, including Sky Tower, as well as Auckland's Waitemata Harbour which is said to be the second biggest inland port of the world (after Montreal, Canada). From our apartment we had a view ...

Auckland Finale

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Mar 05, 2014

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... Ponsonby Street, not far from the hotel.
With several hours still before our flight we went to the central library where I read a really good concise history of New Zealand.


At the airport Don was seriously overweight on his check-in bag and was told he would be charged and extra $200. I told him that garden spade was a poor choice of souvenirs!! After some repacking we took the load on our carry-on luggage and made it through without extra ...

Tofa Samoa!

A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Feb 17, 2014

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... last, Easter Island, because after three days you've seen enough. Martin and Sophie met me at the arrivals and we spent a lovely evening catching up. Shona then took me down to the Sky Tower for a nighttime view of Auckland. The view was great but I must see it in the day. I did love walking across the clear glass walkway (less scary in the dark) and descending in the lift, again with its glass floor panel. Sweet ...

We didn't stop. At Adlestrop.

A travel blog entry by billy.mann.7169 on Feb 01, 2014

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... Wendy and I were in New Zealand in 2007, there was one passenger train in each direction, each day. We travelled on it from Wellington to National Park (Tongariro) and back in a single long day. At that time the northbound and southbound trains crossed (and waited an hour) at National Park, so you could do such a manoeuvre. The hour before the trains got going again was to enable several hundred people to eat and drink at the station cafe. It was a ...

Day 113 - Flying to New Zealand

A travel blog entry by costin on Jan 20, 2014

Our first task for our last day in Australia, was to drop off the rental car. After navigating Brisbane's one way system once again, we got to the Avis office and dropped the car off with no problems at all. Kim had some shopping that she wanted to do, so I left her to it, whilst I went to book our transport for NZ. Once again, I made full use of the facilities at the State Library.

For lunch, we had arranged to meet back up at 1pm at ...