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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... having a break. What really helped and was extremely refreshing, was the fact that the main part of the lake is cold so if you wanted a break from the heat, you could swim towards the cold part to cool down (it was freezing!!). Lisa said not to go towards the centre of the lake as there's a current that can pull you in - so we stayed well away. I almost forgot to mention... Our full day in Taupo was supposed to be for a day participating in the Tongariro crossing, ...
... a couple of hours drive, being entertained by Bens offensive jokes- brushing on topics such as suicide and the Germanwings situation- which made us all feel very uncomfortable, we stopped off in Tongariro and Whanganui National Park for our first walk of the day. We walked about 2.5km before we arrived at a waterfall which had a great view of the river and the valley, we attempted to use ...
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... bit before heading inland to Taupo. Our first stop was the tiny town of Maketu, famous for the Maketu Pies. Hot Pies are big here. They're the savory kind usually, like a pot pie. We bought a few (they're small) and had a nice lunch on the beach at a park. We love that there are a lot of free public restrooms everywhere. And they're clean! Amazing. We got so tired of having to hunt places for bathrooms in Europe, only to find you have ...
... and plenty of pictures, later we toddled off back to the car and off to Countdown, the supermarket, for supplies. The food over here is very reasonable. We picked up 2 sirloin steaks for £3.50 and the chef is doing stir fry tonight so looking forward to that. We then called in at the I site and did some research into, what was to be a very special treat for me. Even though it meant a considerable detour for the drive. He said he din't mind, bless him.