Comfort Inn and Suites Coachman
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn and Suites Coachman Rotorua
Owners are nice and the place is great and clean. Tonight we are having a grill and a home cooked meal.
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On to the smelly city if Rotorua; the sulphur dioxide gas produced from the volcanic activity of the area gives off a lovely whiff of gone-off eggs (brought back memories of our Year 10 trip to Iceland!).On the way here we stopped at the Hobbiton movie set of Lord of the Rings. Apart from just being amazing being at Bag End, the best fact I learnt is that they pulled off every leaf and fruit from an ...
... There are viewing terraces close to the geysers (Sis kept telling me off for my pronunciation of the word, as we say it like "geezers" but apparently they're old blokes) and we arrived there to see huge clouds of steam from the Prince of Wales, where superheated water was shooting out in 4 directions so it looks like the feathers in the emblem of Prince Charles.
We marvelled at the show for a while, then carried on up ...
... almost like looking at the night sky (in a place where you can see the stars, not London), although somehow more impressive.
That night we drove up to a place called Oparau. We chose this because it had a free place to stay, and because we thought about visiting the hot beach and waterfalls there (we visited neither in the end). Anja decided we should take the scenic route, and this involved a gravel road for quite a long way. We shared the road with ...
... into Rotorua itself we did another short walk around Hangarua/Hamurana Springs the largest freshwater springs in the North Island where 450,000 litres of fresh groundwater flows out every hour. The springs create a crystal clear river packed with fish, ducks and geese. This river then flows through a Giant Redwood forest. All this means that in a short 30 minute walk, you get a lot of beautiful things to look at. The walk ended up taking us about an hour though due to photo stops and also ...
... got the other smaller one. Derek's horse was BIG -called Cassie. At one stage Gypsy got a bit too close to Cassie and Cassie kicked Gypsy -bit scary.
It was a 90 minute trek through bush, up hills and round lakes -stunning scenery as usual. We really enjoyed the experience.
Afterwards Derek said that it was a bit different from riding the elephant in Laos. First , although he thought his horse was nearly as big as the elephant, he wasn't allowed to sit on ...