Ibis Hamilton Tainui
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Hamilton Tainui
European efficiency (read small) without the charm. Once inside the building you could be anywhere in the world. No local touches. Expensive internet , with a small free allowance. Expensive breakfast.
Pro, very central, easy walk to town for more interesting and local experiences.
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... it was the embrace that made David appear hammered - but of course, how would I really know, I wasn't sober! We had a drink and David No Eyes retuned, falling asleep upright. I suggested making him a bed hidden in the corner, but Rich wasn't having any of it! We eventually brought him round and went for a dance. The fun lasted an hour before David was escorted out. We had no idea what the reason was. I asked the manager. David had apparently been asleep ...
... except Bag End which is where Bilbo Baggins lived. They could fit about 120 people in that little Hobbit hole. The rest were just facades built into the hill.
The Green Dragon was our final destination, where they gave us complimentary drinks and we ordered a light lunch. I got a small beef pot pie and Jess has the mushroom soup with a biscuit. The food was actually pretty good. Afterwards, Jess put on some Hobbit clothes and we saw the outside. ...
... dann einen Mann kennenlernen, der bei der Konstruktion mitgewirkt hat)
Wir hoffen, dass die Besitzer des Grundes wo Hobbiton steht einen verdammt guten Vertrag haben und kräftig mitschneiden am Eintrittsgeld, das bei weitem nicht günstig ist.
Judith & Michi
What would be a visit to New Zealand without visiting an original filmset of Lord of the Rings. We drove ...
... the treat of a soak in a mineral bath and our traditional dinner at the pub (cal had a great lamb shank, I had a huge beef steak from a local farm). The only downside to this place was the rustic restroom facilities, which we were able to cope with for one night. The movie site for The Shire which appears in both trilogies, was discovered by Peter Jackson (the movies' director) in 1998 on a 1250 acre sheep & beef farm a few miles outside ...
... few more rooms on the boat where the worms covered the ceilings until we saw daylight streaming in around a corner. We got to the entrance where the 2 explorers had originally discovered the cave on their make shift raft. As we exited the cave on the original entrance the headroom was minimal, only about 5' above our heads was 40m of dirt. It was at this point where we were finally allowed to take our pictures so we all rapidly started taking as ...