Elliott St Apartments Hotel

Address: Cnr Wellesley & Elliott Streets, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cnr Wellesley & Elliott Streets, Auckland, is near Skydive Lake Wanaka, Hauraki Gulf, Eco Wanaka Adventures, and Spookers Haunted Attractions.
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    Just like home (again?)

    A travel blog entry by ayc17 on Jun 13, 2015

    Next stop was New Zealand, specifically Auckland. It's winter over here at the moment but not as cold as the ones we experience in the UK. New Zealand is famous for its rugby and cricket teams, crazy haka dancing, Lord of the rings and it's aborigines, Maoris. First thing I notice was how seriously they take bio security, all those ...

    Queenstown back to Auckland

    A travel blog entry by dan-ellie2015 on May 02, 2015

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    We had an awesome few days in Queenstown, known as the adrenaline capital of the world! We got to experience some of the adrenaline activies by doing the third highest platform Bungy jump in the world and the highest canyon swing in the world. We did the Bungy first and it was the scariest thing I have ever done, they strap you round the ankles and attach the Bungy cord and then they waddle you over the the ledge and after a count of three ...

    First look at New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by jackee on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... courts, gym cycling bikes, mini foofie slide. On our return, Jeremy and Mandy (Stewarts) made us a wonderful supper, Tristan, their eldest and his girlfriend Tamara joined us for dinner. NZ lamb, brilliantly cooked. The best tasting ever! Thanks guys! We eventually turned in around 11pm. I asked Caleb what was the best part of the adventure thus far,response, Playing with Ashton and unlimited WIFI. For those of you know my cell phone handset status......I need to move on!

    Some Maori culture and the Kauri Coast

    A travel blog entry by vardamoshe1 on Feb 28, 2015

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    ... To Maoris, Tane is the life givers and all living creatures are his children. I guess the Maori God wasn't too excited about our visit, or maybe another family feud, but it started to rain while we stood there admiring the tree. To our luck , the walk back was in a thick forest so we didn't feel the rain, shortly after we drove away it stopped raining...that part of the coast is not easily accessible. The main road is away from the coast,and is a designated National park , the ...

    Auckland – Three days of urban sightseeing

    A travel blog entry by ronkathy on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... we trek down the hill and order a pint in our last pub on the route.

    Our walk is peppered with coffee and beer stops (it is an urban hike after all): Melba Café (great breaky), My Coffee, Galbraith Alehouse (upscale English with in-house brewery), Normanby Pub (hunting lodge complete with stag’s head), De Post Belgium Bar (lunch in an old post office, and has old stamps, nice), and ...