Aristotles North Shore

Address: 20c Link Drive, North Shore City, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 20c Link Drive, North Shore City, is near TSS Earnslaw, Pink Sand Beach, Valentine's Dive Center, and Achilles Point.
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    Travel Blogs from North Shore City

    Final stop of the trip

    A travel blog entry by travelnewz on Feb 27, 2015

    27 photos

    ... 45 minutes from downtown Auckland by ferry. The island itself is about 25 miles long and ranges in width with the narrowest at one mile. It truly is a totally different environment with secluded beaches, vineyards and many summer homes, many people commute to Auckland every day but considered to be very laid back and slower pace of life. Our first stop was at the prime olive growing estate on the island to see how olive oil was made and to taste three types of oil as well as some ...

    Babysitting / Kinderhüten

    A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Feb 24, 2015

    1 comment

    ... every day. So I am looking forward to this experience. When I read the bedtime story, I realize at once that are both already sleeping. Since I was very curious to see how the story ends I read just go to the most exciting part is over: the home-built helicopter crashed and exploded! As I bring the kids to bed only once, I miss now the 2nd part of the story. Mhh, let's see if I will find the book ....

    Back in my beloved New Zealand!

    A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Jan 21, 2015

    7 photos

    ... fresh tuna and teriyaki vegetables! Next day breakfast in the dining room with two Italians who shared pleasantries with me. The butter is shaped as Maui! and Isabelle the housekeeper is a delight ensuring all one could want for breakfast. The all day tour took me to the major Maui sites and included the quarry where most were carved from the volcanic rock and then transported either rolled on tree trunks or stood upright and 'walked' along using ropes. These Maui were ...

    New Zealand and the Maori - a very brief insight

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Dec 05, 2014

    ... which they thought was being protected. Today, the Maori culture is alive and kicking, the language is now recognised as official language after being banned and nearly dying out, the culture is a big part of tourism and the people are proud of their heritage and history. I've heard several times since arriving that New Zealand is like the UK 30 years ago. I don't really get what people mean by that. Some things are a little behind Europe in terms of ...

    Knocking Off

    A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Oct 27, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... Caves is a main local attraction we visited on a day in town. Built and run completely by volunteers, this little gem brings all the fairy tales and nursery rhymes to life. From Rumpelstiltskin, Snow White to Mary and her lambs, Peter the pumpkin eater to a room of model trains. We walked room to room and were chaperoned by volunteers in each one. You could really tell they were proud of the place as they described everything we saw.
    A nice and sunny ...