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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      We've arrived in New Zealand

      A travel blog entry by caretaker on Nov 20, 2014

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      ... were exhausted and Rob was wheezing like a goodun! The Sky tower dominates the city skyline and if you have the stomach for it you can bungee jump off the observation platform or walk around one of the unguarded upper rings! No we didn't have time! It took us about 5hours to complete the walk and we were wiped. Both Rob and I liked Auckland, lots of lovely parks and open spaces. The waterfront is busy and vibrant, with lots of ...

      Last Country, Penultimate Island!

      A travel blog entry by josh-and-abbie on Nov 02, 2014

      ... and endless camera angles were the main way in which the differing sizes of men and 'Hobbits' was filmed. For example, in a scene with Frodo sitting next to Gandalf on a waggon, Frodo was actually placed 3metres behind Gandalf, to create the size difference. Pretty good acting, eh! Blessed with glorious weather, Hobbiton was a definite highlight of the North Island!

      Our final day in Rotorua was spent enjoying the town itself, with a quick walk around the shops and ...

      The beauty of New Zealand

      A travel blog entry by reids on Oct 20, 2014

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      ... up we were ravenous and after hearing that Yamato, a local Japanese restaurant, served up some wicked sushi, we decided to climb back into the tin bucket and check it out.

      The portions were gigantic but the food was excellent. I had real difficulty fitting a piece into my mouth whole and had to resort to breaking it down with my chopsticks in order to eat it. Vaughan and I were quite envious though when the guy sitting next to us at the counter received ...

      It's All About The Park

      A travel blog entry by mattandjen on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... Auckland many years ago.

      We visited the park across the road in the morning and the girls had fun using their cousins scooters. We were back there again in the afternoon with cousin Luke and the girls had a lot of fun directing and chasing Luke around the play equipment. The equipment is of course different to what they have been use to in London and they are finding it a lot of fun. It was lovely ...


      A travel blog entry by victoriakd on Jun 06, 2014

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      ... at the bar and waited for our flight. Best thing about flying domestic not
      faffing at security and no passport control! Great! Got to Auckland and went to
      where we were staying to meet Emma our lovely Geordie friend who had us chilled
      beers and vodka all ready! Nick had only packed one jumper…I mean who needs to
      take clothes?! So this lovely cream knitted jumper for the whole weekend. What
      did he do? Lean straight on the blackboard in reception and had ...