The Victoria Hotel Dunedin
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... sky as we woke up early to complete our drive to Milford Sound. We left ourselves plenty of time to make our 9:25am checking in time but a traumatic drive meant we were almost late! When driving our back cupboard, which is full of food, often flies open. It's never an issue as the tins, cans and jars just land on the bed. It was only when we started getting a whiff of pasta sauce did we fear the worst. We pulled over to find a jar of Pam's finest ...
... hint she wanted to go there on account of it being her Maiden name, Rae that is not Junction! Anyhow a quick look at the Map showed it was only 30km out of our way and what appeared to be a more interesting road. I should have said that having left mountains behind at Te Anau, the wide flat plains seemed a little uninteresting. So to divert to Raes Junction took us via steep hills like Ben Nevis etc. so off we went. We did wonder what ...
... Dunedin Central Backpackers' and had a walk to the supermarket. I met an Italian guy (Simon) and we had a walk round the city as he arrived today also. We went down to the seafront but there isn't a part of the town where you can walk along the seafront - it's all warehouses and industry. Continued a walk round town and make lunch/dinner in the ...
... used pictures as their signatures! We drove up to Signal hill for an amazing view of Dinedin, before driving up then walking down Baldwin street which is the steepest street in he world!! Then we drive to Aramoana for a walk to the end of the peninsula and saw massive waves and huge seals sleeping on the rocks!! It reminded me of Wales. We went back home for a quick dinner then off to see the world smallest penguins! We were stopped on a viewing ...
... dark). At only $22 for the tour and a little bag filled with chocolate bars as you go it has to be one of the best value tourist things you can do. Once we had stuffed our faces we were well and truly ready to walk it off! We wandered around the town and headed for the octagon, Dunedin's version of town square. Here there were plenty of bars, pubs, restaurants and cafés to choose from. After our sweet fix ...