Trinity Hotel

Address: 166 Willis Street, Wellington, North Island, 6001, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 166 Willis Street, Wellington, is near Cuba Street District, Wellington City Library, Zest Food Tours of New Zealand, and City Gallery Wellington.
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    Travel Blogs from Wellington

    Top Ten Attractions in Wellington

    A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... city of the present day.

    Matiu/ Somes Island

    This is the largest of the three islands in the northern half of Wellington Harbour. The island is a scientific and historical reserve and is a popular attraction to visit from the city.

    Carter Observatory

    This Observatory stands at the top of the Botanic Gardens. It was extensively refurbished and ...

    Ghosts & Goblins & Reality

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on May 21, 2015

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    ... to make movies himself one day. His passion about his craft and the knowledge he possesses was inspiring. Many of the artists are self taught making it even that more amazing. I got a run in late afternoon and took in the sites of the Harbour along with the strong winds. We all went back to the Te Tapao Museum tonight to view the exhibit entitled Gallipoli - WWI. It is a very powerful exhibit and gut wrenching at the same time. Normally war is ...

    Leaving Taupo and the next stop Wellington

    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on May 01, 2015

    ... That was beautiful. Another unsuccessful fishing attempt for Mr House but god loves a trier hahaa. We then did the Tongariro Walk. We planned to just walk to the Soda Spring which is a 2 hour round trip from the car park but Matty gets excited over these things so we had to carry on. We ended up walking up the steepest climb I think I have ever even considered, never mind completed. It was mental. I cannot describe just how vertical some of the steps up that mountain side were. ...

    Back to Where it All Began...For Now!

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Apr 25, 2015

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    ... home!

    So, the next task lay in getting the bike boxed up and ready for carriage. I think the people in the bike shop seriously suspected I was rather barmy and a tad OCD when I arrived with tape measure in hand and my very precise measurements, ‘the box can’t be any more than 150cm in length!’ I barked at the poor man who took my bike into the workshop to be packed up. When I went to pick it up that afternoon, they told me that it weighed in at ...


    A travel blog entry by patandfred on Mar 27, 2015

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    ... the ship we passed mountains of pine logs ready for export to, I expect China to be made into chipboard. We have a late departure to night at 11.30 for our short trip across the Cook Strait to Picton. No show tonight, so they put on the movie Captain Phillips. So to bed at 11.00. During the night we heard the sound of the ship pushing through the smooth sea. We don't every feel us arriving or departing from the ports. The whole procedure is smooth and efficient.
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