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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... in total, out of a New Zealand total population of about 130. Of those only bout 10% are females. This is because females tend to stay where they are born whereas males roam off. The colony in NZ were roaming males, but a few years back one female came up with them from further south and as she was pregnant when she gave birth she stayed to look after the (female) pup and thus some females appeared in the colony and the n umber gradually goes up ...
... committed to restoring the Castle and are succeeding as well. Not all has been restored to date but the parts that have been done look magnificent. Well done and so much dedication. The family intend that it should always remain open for the people of New Zealand and overseas visitors. Great idea.
Toured a little more around the outer edges of the city. Some of the views are awe inspiring and once again, photographs can not do ...
Drove to Dunedin today and the Otago peninsula via the South Scenic drive, gorgeous. Really liked the vibe of Dunedin and went to the peninsula in time for penguins and albatross. Watched NZ lose the world cup final on TV L The next day we headed out to the albatross again and into Dunedin again too, still really like it. Then camped at St Kilda ...
... St.Paul's cathedral sits at the edge of the Octagon and has recently had a new window inserted, the lady is said to be modelled on Kiri Te Kanawa! The beautiful stone buildings like the Railway Station is now used as an art gallery and the NZ sports hall of fame. The First Presbyterian Church in New Zealand is very grand compared to those in Scotland. Note the 1890s cartoon re the vagaries of Scottish ...
... on the bus as the climb back up was out of my comfort zone. David went and took loads of photos and said it was brilliant. It was starting to get quite dusky so we made the journey back, unfortunately we were going to be very late for our dinner appointment so Jane phoned them to see if they could stay open a bit longer, but unfortunately no, but to be honest neither Dave or I were that hungry but we're tired, so we were dropped off and made our way to our lovely suite of rooms and ...