Distinction Wellington, Century City Hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Gisteren met de Ferry overtocht van het zuidereiland naar het noorder eiland gevaren.
De tocht duurde ongeveer 3 uur.
Iedereen kon mee , zo ook deze koeien. zie foto.
Vandaag naar het Te Papa museum geweest, dit museum laat Nieuw Zeeland in al zijn facetten zien.
Onder andere de Maori cultuur werd daar belicht, zie foto. de …
Ahhh Evan. At age 7 traveling is just part of his life and just accepts it. He doesn’t question anything where we are off to each day or why we are going there- just goes with the flow. After wandering around Auckland for a few days I asked him "Evan, what country we are in?" “We are in Thailand” (ummmm…didn't you notice a big difference from the places we had just been?…). When we were in Thailand he kept talking about ...
... It is definitely the windy city. The museums and art galleries are free, so we went into the modern art one. It was really rubbish. Then we went to Te Papa Museum, which is the national museum of New Zealand. This was better, but looking around a museum for too long is exhausting. The highlight was meeting up with Chris Kamara, the giant squid that we (BUILDers) had created in this museum exactly 1634 days before. We created another giant squid, ...
... slabs with the suitcase. Not the best entrance!! We enjoyed a chilled bottle of wine and sat watching the sunset before enjoying a very welcome home cooked meal of beef wellington followed by a cheesecake and a cheese board. After countless hotel and restaurant meals it was a lovely change and rather tasty. As the day drew to a close we snuggled into bed and looked forward to our last day on the north ...
... to change the name of the country from New Zealand to Aotearoa, which was obviously shot down by the English-speaking population.
It is a splendid museum housed in a remarkable modern building and is considered one of the world’s great institutions. In fact we spend much more time there than we had planned. The Maori exhibit ...