Copthorne Hotel Grand Central New Plymouth

Address: 42 Powderham Street, New Plymouth, North Island, 4601, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 42 Powderham Street, New Plymouth, is near Pukekura Park, Mount Taranaki, Puke Ariki, and Back Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from New Plymouth

      Out West

      A travel blog entry by partickhill on Mar 01, 2015

      20 photos

      ... village in the sea and the small fire station was an interesting sight as well as the flip flop wall! Continuing the drive north through the 'King Country' originally forest but now known for sheep and cattle farming. the town of Te Kuiti is the shearing capital of the world and the statue as you drive into the town is an impressive sight.
      Then I was back in Auckland, dropping my case in Ellerslie with Cheryl and Craig then to the airport hotel for an early morning flight to Fiji.
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      A day with Nolan Belcher

      A travel blog entry by mariamia7 on Dec 30, 2014

      7 photos

      ... went back to take a shower.

      The sun finally came out as we arrived at a Nolan Belcher's our distant cousin's home. He is quite an interesting man. Having served in WWII, ran a farm, taught high school art and still driving and has amazing stamina at the age of 88. He gave us a tour around Eltham where much of the Belcher clan lived. Our first stop was at the Eltham cemetery. It was a beautiful, peaceful cemetery allowing us to see ...

      Christmas in Taranaki

      A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Dec 25, 2014

      24 photos

      ... th December 2014

      Despite the promising forecast, the day dawned cloudy and a tad breezy. Having gone to bed early the previous evening due to a an aged red wine induced migraine, I sat at the window and looked out at the rolling hills that surrounded the house. I couldn’t quite believe this was my third Christmas away from home and here I was in a place that looked exactly like home from the kitchen window. I think it was at that moment I decided this ...

      San Francisco day one.

      A travel blog entry by jeffkimlucas on Oct 22, 2014

      ... is what it's called as the meals are served as three flight size portions so you can try three different things. Started with soups, spivey shrimp, av, lobster bisque av, pumpkin was the star. Mains - Jeff had bison, elk and chic on waffle. I had pork loin, elk and duck confeit, all beaut. Then we made the mistake ordering three desserts, Memphis belle pie (pecans and choc), key lime(winner) and Creme brulee. Couldn't eat it all. Staff amazing, $200 ouch. Day 17 Friday Dragged Jeff ...

      Dub, Dub, Dub…

      A travel blog entry by gatogo on Apr 04, 2014

      14 comments, 9 photos

      ... chapter we are creating in Whangarei.

      Whangarei is an area with a high Maori population. They are the indigenous people to New Zealand and were here long before any of the European population settled here. The Treaty of Waitangi, signed in 1840 between the British crown and Maori people, is still a controversial topic throughout the country. Since a large percentage of Craig’s patients will be Maori, he is required to do continued ...