How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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Today Janine leaves us so we all go off for a walk around Wellington and a brekky in the trendy part of Wellington before we head back up to the Unit.
We say goodbye to Janine and we have a free wine and cheese platter in our hotel.
Of course it was not free, it was $10.00 a glass of really bad wine (we had a great laugh) and went on …
This morning on the way to the airport we stopped to see my Aunt's nephews, Quinn and Blake. Then we flew to Wellington which is the capitol of New Zealand. After we checked into our hotel, we walked to Tommy Million's for pizza and gelato. I wanted pizza because I passed my multiplication on Xtra Math and I was missing the class pizza party. Then …
... will take years and hoping to reintroduce all
kinds of wildlife to the area.
On our way to Matamata, we visited Tauranga botanical gardens, Mount
Maunganui and plenty other little places on the way, like the McLaren
Falls national park which was beautiful.
Knowing there was lots to visit near Matamata, we stayed with Esther's
friends and used their house as a bit of a base for the next few
days. Hobbiton was obviously our first port of call - loved ...
... ended up haveing a little champagne lunch the next day with my aussie friend Fleur's mom. Id see Fleur back in oz in a couple weeks. Her mom was very kind and funny and we had a sweet couple of hours. After saying goodbye, I headed out toward nelson which was another little town on the way to Able Tasman national park where I was going to kayak and hike and be my bad ass self! I got on the road after a night in Nelson, and about 30 minutes in, I realized that somehow ...
Do you put time constraints on children's learning? Do you respect the choices that they are making and allow them the time to explore their own ideas? Allow your children to lead the way and the rhythm will follow! Is this truly valued in your centre?
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