Distinction Palmerston North Hotel & Conference Centre

Address: 175 Cuba Street, Palmerston North, North Island, 5383, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on 175 Cuba Street, Palmerston North.
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      Travel Blogs from Palmerston North

      Another week with sheep and some cheeky MONKeys!

      A travel blog entry by kstyan on Dec 18, 2014

      11 photos

      ... topped up with sheep, it didn't help that it was the hottest day all week in a metal shed with hot sheep...I'm quite glad I wasn't doing it all day...sorry Hamish! Tuesday was also the day when I met up with Sue and Dave who are travelling around NZ with their sons Scott and Adam. It was great to show them around a NZ sheep farm, and was nice to have someone from home visit for a bit, not to mention bringing my Xmas present!!! We went for ...

      Palmerston North, New Zealand

      A travel blog entry by chelseanoble90 on Dec 12, 2014

      ... stopped at a viewing point to take in the scenery, where we all just casually sat and ate these incredibly huge strawberries whilst looking out into the green rolling hills with the sun sparkling down. Was pretty special. After a lot of driving, we made it to Kelly's house which she shared with two friends. Luckily for us, one friend was away for while, so there was a spare bed. We had a ...

      White Bait Patties!!!!

      A travel blog entry by cedarposte on Mar 16, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... local venison burgers. Deer were introduced by the English into New Zealand for sport hunting. Because there were no predators here, they multiplied very quickly and became a nuisance animal. To control the population, the Conservation Authority placed a bounty and they were shot mainly by helicopter as the forests are quite thick and would be difficult to hunt by land. Realizing there was a market for the meat (especially for Germans) they started ...

      The Rugby Museum

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Feb 10, 2014

      3 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Wake Factor

      A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Nov 16, 2013

      15 photos

      ... Hastings and a town or two on the way. It was close to four when we got to Dannevirke and Mark was indeed off work. We quickly moved our warm beers to the fridge in his garage turned man cave. He then took us for a cruise to show us around town. A little town it is, just about the size of our Aussie home, Chinchilla. He showed us his work, the local duck pond/camping spot and we went for yet another cruise through hills and ...