Parklane Motor Lodge
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the top. You could see all of Auckland and North Shore city. After I walked round the top I then made it back down to the main street and met up with Sophie. We then strolled over to the beach where we spent the rest of the afternoon. A few hours later we made our way back to Auckland. We had arranged to meet Louise outside of our hostel and then we all went out for tea. Louise had been to Waiheke Island for the day so told us all about that, then we told her all about ...
... into Tourist Information for some advice on a phone card, as hostels in NZ don't seem to offer free wireless as much as those in Australia. We ended up buying a new smartphone with 200 minutes local calls and 1GB data for $49 (£25) as it was $100 just to unlock my phone for a travellers SIM card! We walked up to the Domain- a huge park - and visited Auckland museum which was located in the centre with amazing views over the city. The museum was pretty ...
... don't refund the $225 fee, they do give you a "Try Again For Free" voucher that I sold to a chap for $175 so all was not lost. A rather forlorn and tearful Hazel rejoined terra firma and after a hug and a consoling chat we headed to an Irish bar called Danny Doolans. One pint of Export Gold was the limit as my challenge was coming up. We left the bar and headed to the pickup point at the Maritime Museum where a minibus drove us to Auckland Bridge. There I was able ...
Day 2 of rehearsal for a National Band is never exciting. As Riki says, "today is the exception that proves the rule." Other than really good chocolate slice at morning tea there hasn't been much to write about. We're starting to gel and it's getting exciting! The Chinese ...
Having handed the house over to tenants and enjoyed a wonderful week with the Collins' family, David and I leave Auckland. After a night at the airport and a four hour delay for David from Dunedin, we're ready to be on our way. Lizzie is already in Hampshire having flown to London a week ago to spend a week with Granny, a treat for both of ...