Coronet View Accommodation
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We zig zagged up the Crown Range, parking at the SNOWY top next to all the other tourists! From their we had a remarkable view of the mountains and of Queenstown itself. And the snow was just ideal for making a baby snowman. I called him Mr Snowman. Peter, suggested Ralph as a first name. So check out the pics for Mr. Ralph Snowman. He's a cutie! We stopped at a few more locations as ...
... pub and played with the local dog in the nearest village (a tiny place called Glenorchy). His name was Thunder and he had arthritis (which meant that he walked unevenly) - this didn't stop him wanting to play, though, and he followed us from the café all the way to the lake and back with his tennis ball for us to throw. It made me miss my dog, Oscar, a lot!
My parents dropped me off at my hostel (I was in a new one for one night only, as I couldn't book a bed ...
... the floor and silvery mosses hang from the trees. Light filters through the trees to create a forest that seems magical.
Next, we headed to Lake Mavora. This took a bit of time to get to because the roads were gravel. Ben has had a lot of experience in driving on gravel roads and was zooming on the road and taking the turns with grace and ease.
The views were great and the local sand flies were there to greet us. We got to ...
... purchased and we went down to the beach where we could legally drink until 10pm. How great is this place? I'm adjusting my taste buds to like wine and apparently alcohol is even more expensive in Australia and everyone drinks cheap wine nicknamed 'Goon'. Later we went to Searle Lane for a few drinks before moving on. Unfortunately a guy from another bus has a too few many, collapsed and had some sort of panic attack. It ended up with ...
... then headed off to the Gondola for 9:30pm to do our Star-gazing!
Got up to the top early so sat by a fire for a while, we were a bit hot as we had jackets, hats and gloves on.
The guy arrived and got everyone together then bought out Canada Goose Feather jackets!
We headed out and up the hill over the Luge track, it wasn’t that far, but was dark. We went through a little tunnel then came to the star-gazing point, where the telescopes ...