Airport Garden Inn Hotel
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... and it's goodbye Auckland - so go while you can. There's also 2 distinct areas as due to the import/export trade increasing more and more land was reclaimed from the sea; half of Auckland is therefore stupidly hilly and the other half along the beachfront is dead flat. Road names are also bizarre as 'Beach Road' is now 2 blocks away from the front due to the reclaimed land. Auckland also seems to be home to the world's worst spelling mistake correction EVER!! (Please ...
... points out an ATM down the road not far for a recommended restaurant: the Ocean restaurant, not unlike the cheese shop in Monty Python it's so clean, that on a Sunday evening it is completely free of any sign of food. We couldn't eat there if we wanted to, the ATM refused to take either of our cards. Walking back to the airport we tried two other machines and had luck at the last one, fortunately we didn't have to use our final option, breaking open the emergency ...
... strangers until our first meeting) people that we have met.
Chad and I want to dedicate this blog to all of them who made our stay in NZ so very memorable.
To all of you, our thanks from the bottom of our hearts and we wish you all the very best in your lives.
We hope that our paths will cross again one day ...
... transporter has moved a bit we got good views of Queen Victoria. After an ice cream in Takapuna and another tea back with my nephew we are driven back home to Auckland and QV to get ready for our World Cruise Dinner ashore. We are taken by coach to the Auckland War Memorial and Museum which is high above the city and gives great views back across the harbour where QM2 has joined us as she couldn't get ...
... 2 from Denver, 2 from Perth, 2 from west Texas, 2 from central England. There are 800 Americans on board, 800 British, 200 Canadians, 125 Germans, and the rest of the 2850 come from the county of Miscellaneous. And the staff is from 52 cultures.
Evening entertainment is standard cruise ship fare. Oh, and people seem to dress up more than on the other cruise lines. Average age is somewhere north of 50. Saw one ...