Four Seasons Motel

12 Stanley St., Queenstown, South Island, 9300, New Zealand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Queenstown

When the going gets tough...

A travel blog entry by daisyymaisyy

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... and we met up with my new work colleagues as they're from Dunedin themselves. They're a good laugh and they were with friends who were equally as fun and we all soon headed off to the stadium to take our seats for the game. England gave the All Blacks an exceptional run for their money and were pretty much neck and neck for the majority of the game. Jord and I did our best supporting given our state and had large England flags tied around us to be extra obnoxiously English haha. ...

It's gonna be a bright, bright sunshiny day!

A travel blog entry by erotergum

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... where I waited to go to work. I had some lunch, sorted my washing out and cooled down. I didn't feel great and it probably didn't help that I ate some malteasers but I just needed something sugary and a bit naughty. Although I felt like **** I still wanted to go to work. Walking to work I felt so bad, I thought I was just going to vomit everywhere, on the bus was the same. Once at work I felt rather parched and was having hot flushes but it's assessment week so I needed to ...

Last Hoorah in Queenstown

A travel blog entry by neil.scannell

... other reason to return to Queenstown. The Queenstown airport is about 7 km from the town centre (technically in the town of Frankton), so we had to walk to get our itineraries. The walk to Frankton follows along the lake and is a beautiful walk. On the way passed the airport we went by a golf driving range. As you can imagine, we stopped there on the way back. Kyle has been missing golf dramatically, and this opportunity quickly relieved a long ...

Dreams really do come true!

A travel blog entry by erotergum

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... today - no time for naughty children, especially those that don't try, don't listen and don't do as they are told. One of the girls at work had found my earring, however, she put it on the side and managed to lose it again. I was so annoyed but couldn't show too much annoyance as it wasn't her fault. She said it had gone all rusty and horrible but I don't care, I could somehow fix that. Anyway, after all my classes I grabbed a snorkel and fins and had a long ...

Milford sound morning - mums POV inc 7th

A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991

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... advantage of the difference in heights between Deep Cove and the lake to produce hydro electricity. Water is channelled through vertical pen stocks into 7 generators housed in a huge underground room. The water is discharged through underground tunnels, carved in granite, to deep cove 6 miles away which is 180m lower than the lake. The electricity is used to power the aluminium smelter 106 miles away. This is a remarkable feat of engineering built 90 years ago. ...

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This hotel, located on 12 Stanley St., Queenstown, is near Ultimate Hikes, Milford Sound BBQ Bus, Milford Sound Select, and Off The Rails.
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