Settlers Motor Lodge

Address: 83 - 85 Hutt Road, Lower Hutt, North Island, 3803, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 83 - 85 Hutt Road, Lower Hutt, is near Parliament Buildings, Old St Paul's Church, Katherine Mansfield Birthplace (Te Puakitanga), and National Archives.
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      Travel Blogs from Lower Hutt

      Day 45

      A travel blog entry by sarahgathergood on Nov 16, 2014

      1 comment

      ... in the woods. It took me about an hour to get to the top. The views were amazing! I wasn't expecting to be able to see so much from up here, but you can see right across Wellington city and harbour. Once I'd found my way back down to the city i decided to join everyone else who were sunbathing in the park. There was such a nice atmosphere down there today, I guess because it's Sunday, the weather is good and the market is ...

      Windy Welly - the capital of NZ

      A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Sep 19, 2014

      17 photos

      ... lunch and we caught up on past and present news. It's pretty amazing that there is a whole family on the other side of the world (with weird accents!); it was very brave of Margaret and Alan to emigrate in the 1950s - getting a 6 week boat for $10 with two babies. After lunch Dave and Graham went to the car museum whilst Christine and Irene gave Sara a tour of where they grew up. A local saying is that "you can't beat Wellington on a good day" which we discovered on ...

      Auckland to Wellington

      A travel blog entry by petermbeaumont on Jun 29, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the Drive Thru’ they were taking down the breakfast translites, which was perfect as Karly wanted a meal and I wanted nuggets. The taking of the order was great, polite and helpful and the speaker worked well.

      We paid and then were told that nuggets were delayed and we would have to wait. I thought 4mins, given the cooking time, but no it was about 10mins. Anyway, they delivered them to the car and they were really good as I munched them on the route. ...

      Kiwi Experience part two

      A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on Apr 21, 2014

      12 photos

      ... back on the bus to Curio Bay, a tiny town with a population of 30 and a lovely beach full of seals, penguins and dolphins. We stopped off at Cannibal Bay and walked along the beach past all the sea lions basking in the sunlight. Decided to jump off the bus in Curio Bay and spend the night at a very quiet place off the beaten track after the business of Queenstown. Spent the next day walking the 6k to the beach with dolphins, but didn't actually see any. Their loss. Returned home for ...

      The North Island

      A travel blog entry by teamjenkins on Mar 23, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... We had been warned by locals that Taranaki, although not a technical mountain to climb, has one of the highest fatality rates of all the mountains in New Zealand due to being so exposed as a lone mountain surrounded on 3 sides by sea, and the weather which changes so quickly often shrouding it in freezing cloud making it impossible to find your way or for mountain rescue to get in. Two climbers died last year attempting to summit and we did not want to take any risks. We ...