Breakfast on the Beach Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Breakfast on the Beach Lodge Waiheke Island
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... disappointed to find out that they had run out of Tiramisu, until we were served a mango semifreddo instead. In case you aren't familiar with semifreddo (I had to look it up on Wikipedia) it's basically gelato, and whipped cream. Mixed together. Need I say more? So much for getting exercise other than hand to mouth. At the end of Day Two, our luggage has expanded to include several bottles of wine. It should be fun getting everything on the ferry tomorrow. More ...
... 1513;ניו זילנד מדהימ 92;. בנמל התעופ 92; של קרייס 96;צרץ החלפנ 93; דולרי 01; לדולר ניוזי 00;נדי, ...
... I have done since arriving on this side of the world, somehow, I had never been to a vineyard. It was absolutely packed when we arrived and we managed to find a table on the deck outside which offered a tiny bit of shelter from the sun. The place was stunning, not only were there row after row of the vineyards themselves but dozens of olive trees. In our tshirts and shorts, we did however feel a little bit out of place. Stoneyridge just reeked of money. It was ...
... with sheep or cattle dotting the landscape. Michael remarks that we are "in the shire." And Laura is busy taking pictures of people and landscapes.
We found Willard Amaru and his wife Lois waiting for us at the temple. His hair has gone snow white, but his love and gentleness are unmatched and unchanged. We sat down on a bench in front of the visitor center and he told us story after story of his life. He was named after Willard Tingey ...
Queenstown is a very touristy area of New Zealand. It's an area rich in history, however hardly any of that history is of the Maori culture. The scenery and Queenstown is very beautiful, with lakes and the Remarkables mountains behind the town. However Queenstown is famous for one reason above all else...Adrenaline. This was the birth place of the bungee jump. When A.J Hackett first jumped off the K bridge just outside Queenstown and fell the 43m to the river below in 1988, a ...