Distinction Palmerston North Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... had insisted on us stopping for a good nights sleep and a home cooked meal. Anne and Warren have always lived in Palmerston North and were the perfect hosts. From the moment we arrived we were spoilt rotten. We did our washing, were given wine and roast lamb and dessert and cheese you name it. We were even introduced to their family- Anne's daughter Christina and her husband Warren. They own and live on a dairy farm which is pretty ...
... they round up the deer from the field and get them to the shed to be sorted. It is interesting to watch as the puppy's sometimes don't listen and so the deer run away again and we have to start from the beginning. Since there has been little rain on the hills meaning not very yummy grass we have been feeding the deer with maize to keep them going. The deer begin to follow you as soon as they see the red truck as they know it means food, which is strange as ...
... br> A rugby test is two halves of 40 minutes, no breaks no real time outs. Very fast game.
So, right out the gate we watched the Kiwi beloved All Blacks take on the South African Springboks. Mark and I both had money on the game, his bet being much bigger with a multi-bet ticket. The All Blacks haven't lost in about twenty matches but Mark used his intuition and bet against them. He was sweating it but with under two minutes left the Springboks took the lead and held ...
... and numerous wall mounted and free standing information signboards explaining the development of the area with an emphasis on the farming and business communities. The museum is staffed by volunteers and beautifully maintained. In the evening we drove to Bulls to have dinner with Jo and Raul Rangooni. Rauf was the cook, and we dined on Tongariro Trout that he had caught. We spent the evening catching up on family happenings and ...
... rewarded by finding the Turitea walkway, beautifully maintained even if a stretching-then-driving-off jogger was the only sign of it being used on a quiet Sunday. The path skirting the university is undulating and picturesque, particularly on this day at sunset, with dramatic colours appearing over the trees. Fantastic. I turned back onto the main road when the sun had died off enough to make it a bit dark in a part of the walkway with tree cover and was back in town too late ...