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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel DeBrett Auckland
Wonderful hotel. Arrived at 1:30'am after a delayed flight but still received a warm welcome. Beautiful comfortable room with gorgeous bathroom. Good breakfast included.
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Supposed to leave honolulu on Monday lunchtime for a nine hour flight but plane had "minor" technical problem which turned out not so minor so had to switch planes. Result of all that was that we arrived at our hotel in auckland at 1:30 am Wednesday so really did lose all of Tuesday!
hotel was really welcoming even at that hour of the morning. …
And here we are at the end of our stay once more. Every year it gets more enjoyable, we meet more lovely people, we find more lovely places, we do more lovely things. I have spoken to people at home about motorhoming in New Zealand and some have said they have “heard”
that you can't freedom camp any more, you have to stay in sites. It isn't true – they are tightening up in some ways but the councils have to give a very good reason ...
... We actually went back again in the evening for free just to see it all by night. Our first full day was slightly random. We visited the art museum but also played crazy golf and completed Odyssey- a sort of underground maze with different rooms and experiences along the way! Included rooms that were pitch black, completely mirrored endless rooms and James' favourite, a ...
... 4 million. I really got the impression that you could easily walk from one side of the city to the other - one thing I've always loved about Brum. Of course Auckland is much more cosmopolitan with its steady influx of international tourists (judging by the huge Cruise Ships moored here), and is infinitely more beautiful - wide boulevards sweeping upwards over the volcanic peaks upon which Auckland is built. I've never been to ...
... www.waihekemuseum.org.nz/) The “long sheltering island” was known by Maori as Waiheke when European visitors first asked for a name. The full name, Motu-Wai-Heke, means island of trickling waters, or descending waters. (The Maori word for cascade is hukere). The deep forest litter absorbed the heaviest rains, slowly released in trickling streams of pure clear filtered water. The island was widely known among Maori for its abundant water. We spent the day on the beach, ...