Bethlehem Motor Inn and Conference Venue
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... views are great, and there is a little campsite at the base which is quite reasonable if you want or need your amenities.
Personally for me it's another night in the van somewhere public ish, with wifi so I can hopefully finish this session of entries off.
Didn't get up for golf as weather was rubbish. Hopefully it will be better when I head down later.
... it, go broke or go home. And we did both.
We started off our first money expenditure by heading to Hobbiton. The movie set of the series 'Lord of the Rings.' It's the most gorgeous land we had seen yet. It was also pretty cool to walk in the same place as the big name actors. We even got to drink an apple cider at the Green Dragon, but unfortunately we found out we were too tall to ever be Hobbits. Clearly another example of how getting a job ...
... packed with people, huge plates of amazing food being delivered to tables by young friendly staff. No chance of a seat so I got my coffee and cake to go. By the time i had finished it the rain had eased. So I drove to one of the places where the mud pools were. Bus load after bus load of tourists were streaming in so I decided to head instead to the Redwood Forest for a walk. I casually glanced at the boards which showed the various walks and because someone had mentioned Blue ...
... really good to finally see the old homestead and see that it really was green and lush. This was very special for me and I am so grateful to Ian for sharing this with us. We then drove home via a little fishing jetty which was really stinky but the bay was teaming with fish - now I see why it’s called the Bay of Plenty. Once we made it home it was time for dinner and Emma joined us again with Ruby, and Shani, Rachael’s other daughter had returned home, so ...
We enjoyed one last Italian imported dessert before checking out of our quirky Grecian inspired B&B. As soon as we left the city limits orange and avocado farms flanked our sides. Once we past the last of the orchards the road started winding not a lazy wind but a straight up switch back wind. Through the mountains there were signs for speed reductions of 35, 25 and 15 kph to make the extremely tight corners. To say the least ...