The Victoria Hotel Dunedin
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... no problems, we can do that. At first it did not seem much , parked "The Van" and went for a walk. What a surprise awaited us. Oamaru is one town where they have managed to hang on and not tear down some of its history. I know it is not very old but at least they have stopped it from getting torn down. Many of the towns buildings ooze grandeaur and style and this was due to the architects of the mid 19th century making ...
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We woke to an overcast, windy and cold morning. Decided that a day in central Dunedin was in order. After driving 20 minutes up the Otago Peninsula, which had a Darwinian view of drivers, supplying no guard rails to narrow roads along the waters, found a 4 hour park near to town centre. Separated to do different tours. One did the ...
... That was pretty much my last trip in New Zealand other than my trip back to Christchurch but that is mainly for flying out of. However I did manage to do one final thing in Oamaru which was to go see the little blue penguins in the wild, or though I couldn't get many photos due to not being able to use flash I saw 30-40 penguins coming out of the water and walking to their nests. That was a pretty surreal night. Peace Adam ...
... impressive Dunedin Railway Station.
The Taeri Gorge Railway, now called Dunedin Railways, opened in1873 and was the first narrow gauge railway in NZ. The line was originally part of the Otago Central Railway, which ceased operations in 1976, at which time the Trust took over the excursion lines and still operates the lines. The City of Dunedin actually owns the line as the Trust was looking for ...