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TravelPod Member ReviewsCommodore Motel Dunedin
The comments on the internet were all true - Shirley is very helpful and more than willing to make your stay comfortable. We had a 1bedroom apartment for our family of 4 - 2 boys aged 9 & 11 - the room was simple but very comfortable, a small kitchenette which we coudl make dinner & have breakfast. Would definitely recommend it - the price was good. Also had thebest nights sleep so far - the bed was so comfortable.
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... dew NEE dun) fits the bill. Settled by Scottish settlers, they remain proudly Scottish and probably still eat haggis. It's a Uni town with a good vibe.
We set up shop at a recommended hostel, Manor House which is 2 huge old stately mansions high on a hill full of hippies and backpackers and the odd older couple or 2. Lodging is hard to find lately, especially on a weekend, so we were happy ...
... and next to that the Chinese Gardens. The Museum has recently been expanded and has an incredible range of items, showing history through paintings, archeological finds, clothing, technology and cars and machinery. It's also free! After a simple lunch, we arrive at the Chinese Garden and although set in a very busy area of the city, it's peaceful and somehow traps a sense of quiet. These gardens are relatively new in recognition of the Chinese influence on Dunedin and ...
... seat, I had taken an after lunch nap but I deny this. I just think John used warp drive.
The journey, although very nice, was not accompanied by the dramatic scenery we had enjoyed for the last few days. After my alleged nap I did say, that if I had in fact taken a nap, I seem to have gone to sleep in NZ and woken in the Cotswolds.
We arrived in Dunedin around 3:30pm and experienced traffic for the first time in days. We checked into our respective hotels ( ...
Temperature did manage to improve slightly but not enough for Dunedin to still feel very reminiscent of a summer day in Edinburgh. Escaped the drizzle with 3 hours in the Otago Settlers Museum which was one of the best museums we've been to.
Prior to visiting the 'steepest street in the world' (must be as there was a Japanese bus group there), we witnessed on a not so steep hill ...
We woke up this morning to the sounds of football and boys cheering it on. I hate football. We couldn't be rude and knew the guy was coming back whose bedroom we were staying in so we got up and got ready. We didn't feel too hungover which was surprising but I think we had slept well. Luckily it hadn't been as cold as we thought it might have been. We got out and watched some of the match with these random people. Oh we were trying not to laugh, this one American guy ...