The Brothers Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... or right , it was going up or down and sometimes a mix of these at the same time. Lots of tight turns, steep ascents and descents. Dave made good time and we were just over the 2 hour mark. So today, the plan is to be on the road just after breakfast. Oops, our accommodation is self contained and does not provide breakfast. There is a cafe and a store and these are 5 minutes (by car) in different directions. Ok, a quick shower and get on the road early. ...
... but after a quick sweep we were settled and headed up to 'keyhole' beach for penguin spotting. Like an old couple we snuggled under a blanket with a flask of tea and biscuits. Unfortunately we were too late so we headed back to the crib which was cosy in candle light.
After a lie-in and a failed attempt at pancakes we played a invigorating game of scrabble then realising we really were turning into an old couple we had a ...
... visited the chicks had just hatched in the last 2 weeks and from the viewing platform we were able to see at least 4 adult albatross sitting on their babies. One was kind enough to get up and stretch its wings to cool the baby down giving us some perfect viewing opportunities. The guide gave us lots of information about the breeding pairs, how usually it is the same mothers who return every year or every other year and the birds are tagged so they know who ...
... 1512;ך חזרה להוסט 00; עברנו בסופר ענק ועשינ 93; עוד קצת קניות, חזרנו להוסט 00; עשינו כביסה ...
... 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 ...