The Victoria Hotel Dunedin
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
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... to dominate the building. We snooped all the rooms and decided our favourite was the rooftop lookout. After the interior and exterior Ryan and I relaxed on the patio while Mom and Doug did a little more touring. We departed from the castle and headed to the Dunedin Botanical Garden for a look at the local fauna. Our noses were greeted with the sweet scent of the rose garden as we walked through the ...
Ok so for the period of a year, we had been tracking the weather patterns of a small town in Florida... palm to forehead!
This is not the reason we never made it down to the REAL Dunedin over the last year. We just went everywhere else on the island. So we made a conscience decision to spend a day in the Dunedin that is NOT in Florida, on our way back to Queenstown from Akaroa.
Dunedin is a very Scottish town, so Scottish in fact ...
... Take a poo' so we headed in that direction. David and I both hit fits of laughter and David pulled a sharp right turn, we had only stumbled across 'Shag Point'. Yes, we're very immature but we had to see what was on offer. It was a lovely headland, home to seals and penguins, but again, only the seals were home. We were still in search for penguins. Tonight's camp was another beautiful spot, right on the beach. Dinner, drinks and movie. Happy ...
Good afternoon everyone! Happy Sunday! I went to a church service this morning and it was interesting.... It was a lot smaller than my church, but nice. It was held in a bowling club! The pastor did not deliver as strong as a message as Pastor John, but it was quaint and nice. I think I may go to a different church next week. So far NZ has been a beautiful country to ...
... on the way home.
On Friday, we graduated from Hogwartz. We picked up our brooms and our boarding school cliches, and moved on. The weather had turned against us for the first time here in NZ: lashing rain, and cold. (Sympathy here for the people in the UK who've had appalling weather for months - we know that we're very lucky with the weather since we've been away.) On the way out of town, we stopped at Baldwin Street, famous for being the ...