James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor

147 The Terrace, Wellington, North Island, 6001, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $100.00
 

Travel Blogs from Wellington

Auckland to Wellington

A travel blog entry by petermbeaumont

2

... there were Indian and Chinese restaurants just a 5 minute walk and we quickly found a hole in the wall Indian called Curry Heaven, and it was. It seemed to be mostly take-aways, but we were offered a table and we made quick work of ordering.

The food was fantastic!

We then went back to the room and we were both tired so used up Wi-Fi and paid for more and then went to sleep.

I wanted to leave early the next day so we made the ferry check in on time.
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Tekapo, Christchurch & Kaikoura

A travel blog entry by kannewhite

7

... on. Kaikoura means "meal of crayfish" and the town is known for their seafood, in particular the crayfish. This is pretty much a lobster without claws (not a tiny crayfish like we know!) Our driver had told us about this "wine and crayfish tasting evening" we could go to run by a local fisherman crew. Sounded good to me but Lottie gave it a miss as she didn't like seafood. So me and a girl called Michelle went along. Well. There was definitely wine and a taste ...

A Close Encounter with Timothy the Crab...!

A travel blog entry by suzieq88

12

... of course, like crabs always do, the poor thing looked as scared to see me as I was to see him! I decided to name him Timothy, simply because he looked quite sweet and innocent and to be honest it was the first name that came to mind. In the end, we managed to put him in a wee container, but then he escaped when I wasn’t looking and Claw the cat tried to eat him and basically all hell broke loose. In the end, I decided to take Timothy to Oriental Parade, the local ...

Windy Welly

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

138

... Wellington's prime visitor attraction, a national museum (although not THE national museum). This had been sold to us by numerous people we had met as "amazing" and lots of similarly positive reviews. As it was, the museum was good, interesting and extensive - but, to my mind, not a patch on many of London's museums, nor many of the other things that we've seen in this country. Anyway, we saw the Amazing Places exhibit (a section covering NZ's ...

Understanding my health and my limits

A travel blog entry by catherineotr

2
6

... br>
Following a difficult chat with my mum (mostly difficult because I was so emotional and exhausted) we managed to find a way for me to rest and be happier- stay with someone through Air BnB. My first attempt didn't but I ended up finding something really nice just outside Wellington. A superb flat, modern, comfortable, a real show home! Also it came with a dog a cat and a lovely host, so I got really lucky on that one. Did I mention I also have my own bathroom?
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This 4 star hotel, located on 147 The Terrace, Wellington, is near Museum of Wellington City & Sea, Wellington City Library, Zest Food Tours of New Zealand, and Frank Kitts Park.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent