Holiday Inn Auckland Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Auckland Airport Mangere
We stayed one night while waiting for a flight. The airport transfer bus at $10 per person is well worth it; punctual and helpful. The basic room was still good, comfortable king size bed, practical furniture and a good shower-over-bath. Service was helpful and friendly. Restaurant is hardly flash, but has a good menu at reasonable cost with good-size portions. The pizza bread is in fact a whole pizza. No complaints at all.
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... Kevin and 2 children Laura and Becky were lovely and they had the most wonderful home- swimming pool and all. Mandy told us she has put up a lot of friends of friends and you could tell, she made us feel so welcome. On our first night we met up with our friend Liz. She used to work with Miriam and I and is from Auckland- she recently moved back. We met up with her and her twin Philippa for dinner in Mission Bay (which is lucky as that's where Mandy ...
We took the Hop On Hop Off tour bus today and visited as many of the places that time and our legs would allow. Our first visit was to Bastion Point and lookout. This is also the place for a monument to New Zealand's first Labour Prime Minister - Michael Joseph Savage. We then hopped back onto the bus to go to Kelly Tarltons Sealife Centre. This was all underground and ...
... getting hit, not once but twice by Chancellor Angela Merkel's motorcade. We understand PM Harper was here, too, but fortunately, we didn't see him. Our first day involved visiting three Vodaphone stores, a Starbucks (chai tea latte for Jenn, free wifi for Paul) and a shopping mall's food court where our jaws dropped at the prices of food! What a day of tourism. Necessary evils, sometimes.
Our second day was ...
... in tow. We have a drink and a catch up in Starbucks (they heat their cinnamon rolls here, amazing) and then have a walk around the town and the harbour. We decide to have a quick drink on the way back to my hostel, which turns in to a few drinks and a steak dinner :-) Its been lovely catching up but we both need an early night before our flights ...
... br> I got used to it pretty quickly but it definitely takes some getting used to. On a side road near the beach, I was going around a turn and I thought the guy was on the other side of the road so I swerved and almost went right into him, I am pretty sure he thought I was insane. They are probably used to that. What I don't understand is they say for us Americans to realize what side we are on but in France, Switzerland and Germany, and Easter ...