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Tuesday night we had a fun dinner with Aimee and Colin from San Diego. It was only the 4 of us in the hotel so we decided to share a table. They set us up in front of the fireplace in the library. It was a lovely evening of sharing travel stories.
The food and service here are second to none. We start each evening in the living room with drinks and canapés. Every room has a massive fireplace and they are all ...
... were on top of. We made it out safely and ransom free. Next, we drove to the Moana Park Winery. We did a tasting and saw the grounds and then stopped at a very tiny, very old fashioned gas station for fuel and drinks for the road. We spent the afternoon driving back to Rotorua where we are staying at a hotel that backs onto the Pohutu geyser. The radio was much better today, slightly less talking, until a ...
... history. While not an action packed adventure it was a good way to relax and take it the sights and sounds of a very pretty and unique city.
Time to check in to our home for the next four nights. The Kennedy Park complex. A great place to stay with plenty for the kids to do if they choose. My only complaint is the free wi fi is pretty non existent. Don't these places know that wi fi is essential to every day life these days ...
Feb 22nd crossing from the South Island to the North Island and traveling to Napier.
We sailed today on the Interislander ferry from Picton to Wellington in the north island. The ferry is old but surprisingly it has lots of amenities. It has a small nursery, a children play area, a movie theatre , food court, cafe, and a vip lounge. It also has lots of seating options and ability to buy I ternate time. There is a lot to do during ...
... sun bursts and numerous other identifying features. ( yes you're right I've forgotten the rest! ) Louis Hay was the main architect and we saw various of his buildings including the National Tobacco Company building for which he is especially well known. Some of the original buildings pre earthquake did survive but the true nature of the devastation wrought both by the quake and subsequent fires was only too evident from the films we saw and the survivors recollections. ...