Kings Court Motor Lodge

239 Ulster St., Hamilton, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 239 Ulster St., Hamilton, is near Hamilton Gardens and Hamilton Zoo.
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Travel Blogs from Hamilton

Time is flying - May

A travel blog entry by crissy.huberts on Jun 06, 2014

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... delish coffee at Raglan Roast, Yvette works there in her spare time. Besides, we went to the ‘Bridal Veil Falls’. Beautiful! 55 metres high, the water meets the gap…wow! We were lucky because it was a sunny day in Autumn/Winter. Temperatures can be around 12 degrees but also around 19 if the sun is out! Sanne also gave me a private tour at the Waikato University in Hamilton! Wow, it’s hugh! You can’t compare it with a University in the ...

Winding Roads, and, Concerning Hobbits

A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Apr 09, 2014

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... full of fish’n’chips. Yes, we finally found a place that did gluten free! And at a very reasonable price to boot. It made for a large and delicious lunch and with full bellies we drove a scenic coastal road east from Auckland to the town of Thames at the foot of the Coromandel, and from there north to the small village of Colville.

The next day we set out to see the north end of the peninsula. We ...

Waitomo

A travel blog entry by fernm on Feb 27, 2014

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... which again sent half a tonne of water up my nose-I clearly have not not the hang of it! Highlight was floating through the caves in total darkness with just gloworms above you on the ceiling. That was pretty neat. Unfortunately no photos for today because although I bought a USB with photos on, I can't seem to put them onto this blog :( Again, hot and sunny on the weather ...

Matamata and the Shire

A travel blog entry by gojencarr on Dec 13, 2013

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... could be created. Then, when Jackson decided to use the original site for The Hobbit trilogy, they created a permanent site, complete with Hobbit Holes, bridges, vegetable garden, and the Green Dragon Inn. There are 44 Hobbit holes on site, which took two years to build/prepare. They shot here for three months for LOTR & just 12 days for the Hobbit trilogy. This particular location does not appear in the recently released edition of ...

21st Day

A travel blog entry by jesse.nessi on Oct 10, 2013

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... we headed back to the information centre where we had tickets to look through the little museum they had there. The museum had all sorts of fossils that were found in the cave, including a bird that is similar looking to an ostrich but was native to new zealand long ago, and is the ancestor to their national kiwi bird. Apparently they found quite a few different fossils of animals that had fallen into the cave, and couldn't get out. We learned ...