Copthorne Hotel Palmerston North
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... to work. I think shaking it during team meetings will prove entertaining for me if no one else! Then an attempt to find some twenties costumes to wear at Napier at the weekend. We met an amazing shop owner who advised awaiting our arrival in Napier to bargain with the stall holders. She and I had great travel conversations as she is planning to follow my footsteps once her family have grown. We had a discussion re the direction to walk in for the park! Luckily a passer by ...
... think it was for the adults given the size of it. As you can imagine it was the first thing we did. It became even more fun after a bottle of wine too! Who says you can't have fun in your 30's! We treated ourselves to a lovely little BBQ (sausages) and baked beans (classy I know) then off to bed. In the morning we headed over to the little town, had a coffee and then drove to the ferry terminal. We had originally booked to go on the ...
... town’s altitude was 792, that may be why the mountains had snow, don’t know, but it was awesome to see. Took plenty of photo’s and realised that this is something we will see all the time once we are on the South Island.
I must share this with you, many years ago the Govt outlawed the Maori language, ( don’t know how many years ago) The Maori people kept their language alive by speaking it in private, until the ...
... beaches and coves.
We chose not to do the complete tramp but enjoy part of it. There just isn't enough time to do all. Darn!
This tramp is the most popular of all the walks, and can be done in many ways. The water taxi companies can pick and drop off passengers and kayaks at the many pickup/drop off points. Some choose, ...
... on Sunday, and long enough to convince me the weather was better here, 2 hours North of Wellington, than it had been in the drizzly capital. But the drizzle caught up with me, and without sunshine there isn't much going on. Plenty of artsy places, cafes and educational establishments, but also plenty of concrete blocks, empty lots and unlovely gaps in between them that make it hard to find where the life is after hours. I suspect it just isn't there.
That said, ...