The Victoria Hotel Dunedin
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Driving the most boring road in NZ we made good time, stopping only to brew up in the bustling town of Riversdale. When I say bustling, we did see one boy on a bike. The shop where we wanted to buy eggs had shut at 1:30PM on a Saturday. Having downed our coffees we left before waking anyone and drove on to a lovely DOC campground and park just outside Gore. Sunday morning we drove ...
... time for some savoury so into one of the restaurants we went. We continued to wander around the town heading back toward the direction of the van. We were parked in the railway station's car park, this building is stunning, they say that it's the most photographed building in New Zealand, it's now obvious why. After getting back into our trusty van we went exploring around the outer areas of Dunedin, New Zealand is ...
... I just had to have one for my bedroom quilt. I picked one in greens but there were so many I'd have like to have bought. When I got on board the train I undid the fat quarter and could see the full pattern. I had chosen well as it was all tree ferns and I have been so impressed by all the tree ferns in New Zealand. This will go well with my quilt! We headed back to Dunedin and just as we thought there was no more surprises they handed out packets of ...
... t spot the meteor showers! The crib is in a really great location next to the huge pebble beach and it was great fun driving along it on the quad bikes. In the evening we went to Oamaru to watch the blue penguins come into the colony for the night. We only saw 7, but they were very cute and small (they’re the world’s smallest penguin) as they were spat out of the waves and onto the rocks. We had a delicious platter of smoked salmon, dips ...
... more even pace. Only 36 of us this week, the prospect of more rain like yesterday keeping people away. I had organised my check out at the hostel better so could stay in the cafe to quiz and be quizzed and the atmosphere was fabulous-Emma and partner Ade were joined by his parents and time flew; laughter in general, disbelief at parkrun tourism specifically. NZ parkruns: 7 at 6 venues Finished: 2, 2, 3, 3, 6, 7, 12 (the only position in which ...