Distinction Wellington, Century City Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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The staff are very helpful, the room is 5 star, and very central
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We arrived in Kaikoura yesterday afternoon to find the best accommodation yet! A beautiful apartment overlooking the sea with every modern convenience.
Our day started with a visit to Fyffe House, the oldest house in Kaikoura that was once a whaling station.
We then had a walk along the costal path with some fantastic views across the bay …
Another busy day as you can see in the picture.
Firstly we went down to the harbour to a new museum which was recommend to us by cab driver. It had Maori history, also history of animals on the island and introduced to the island but the main part which was very interesting was the Gallipoli WW1 exhibition. The lifelike personnel were designed …
Well off on our 7.1/2 hour, 650 km journey, picked up at hotel on time taken to local bus station to get on our bus. Lovely scenery on route especially when we got nearly halfway picture attached.
Pulled into Wairurua to pick up passengers the driver went to pull out and the bus had gear problems so he called mechanic and said we will have our …
... settlements to grow. It is a good reminder of quite how different this area would have looked in times gone by!
The next part of the trip saw us take the cable car (a snip at $4 per adult) up to the top of the city to enjoy some more splendid views and take a stroll around the botanical gardens. Here we stopped for a tasty picnic lunch, again prepared by our hosts, and took in yet more of the variety and beauty that this country has to offer. From the botanic ...
My last destination in NZ is Auckland. Have to sell my car. It makes me a little bit sad, because it became something like my small home during my travels in NZ. It is not easy this time in the year, a lot of people try to trick me with the aim to pay less for it. The accomodation is amazing. The Backpacker is in an old, big, white villa and here is a piano which you can play. Today I met a girl who gaves me the notes of a wonderful composition, tried it already. For two days ...