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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    Bye bye Campervan

    A travel blog entry by m155gkv on Oct 23, 2015

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    ... work out it felt so good. I have definitely put weight on!! For dinner we walked to Toby Jug which is about a 10 minute walk from the hotel and the food was amazing and value for money. It was busy in here, lots of workers who had finished work. Lovely weather too, it was warm but i still needed a full sleeved top. After dinner we had a few drinks at the hotel bar and now im just relaxed watching TV, so nice to have some space and not being in a campervan!! ...

    Tricky Auckland

    A travel blog entry by shayna_mae on Sep 08, 2015

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    ... but basically it didn't zero out properly from the previous person who pumped gas, and I was charged not just for the gas I pumped, but for their gas too. I only pumped about $10 but was charged $40. There was no way to prove it and I argued with the attendant for way too long. I don't know if the person before us stole the gas or if there was just a problem with the machine. I was just tired and frustrated and didn't want to pay for something I ...

    Apia to Auckland

    A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jun 25, 2015

    6 photos

    ... The house was used as Government House by successive governments. An extra wing was added with a open sided outdoor lower floor and rooms above. In 1994 it became the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum. As well as being open to the public it is also used as a venue for private and Government functions.

    After the tour we went back to the hotel, changed and packed our bags. The road to the airport from Apia was now almost fully lined with ...

    Solstice to solstice

    A travel blog entry by curious1 on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... lent me her Transport card, and sent me off to Britomart, to meet Kaela. I found the PWC office quite easily. So I wandered around the wharf and central area, stopping for tea, and trying to find some winter accessories (hat and mitts). It is really cold!! I was later informed, that it was the coldest week they had had, but at least it wasn't raining! I will gladly take cold and blue sky over rain.

    We walked down the viaduct/wharf, taking the city in by night. Auckland has ...

    A few photos to fill in the gaps

    A travel blog entry by paterson15 on May 04, 2015

    5 comments, 16 photos

    ... I think in some way they are supporting each other but the overall damage is extreme. structural cracks are everywhere.

    Can know upload some photos which are attached.

    What a relief to arrive back in Auckland- I think I almost burst into tears with relief. We are so blessed to be born into this environment. We take so much for ...