Copthorne Hotel & Apartments Queenstown Lakeview
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Beautiful apartment, clean and well serviced. It had a great view from the balcony and I could see the Remarkables from my window they had snow on them and it looked pretty..
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The drive from Franz Josef to Queenstown was very scenic, once again very like home but on a bigger scale. The bus was constantly stopping for photographs of the Remarkables (snowy mountains, Fox Glacier and Lake Wanaka. We also drove through Central Otago - sheep and cattle country.
Arrived into Queenstown which to be honest I fell in …
After a long overdue sleep in, I awoke at 7.30 to get ready for the journey back to Queenstown. We ate some breakfast, had a final critique session and the rain came tumbling down. The only rain we had seen on the trip, and no one was sad about that! After a couple of hours travel we arrived in Queenstown. We said our farewells …
Today was the first day I haven’t travelled. I stayed in Queenstown, packed up my things I cleaned out the campervan. Before I took it back there were a few things I wanted to do. The first thing was to head up to Coronet Peak. Once again the scenery was breathtaking. I also got to touch snow which was nice! Next stop was the Gondolas …
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The famous night life of Queenstown was not that bad. We tried to make the best out of it. And all in all we were very successful.
We even spent one night in our tents. Beside the rain and 2 degrees at night it was real fun. Especially Lukas was enjoying it.But yeah, finally we decided to ...
With that in mind we decided to have a quick look around some of the gift shops then head out to the park for a picnic followed by a riverside walk. It definitely felt like Autumn here, yellow leaves floated in the river giving the false impression of gold nuggets sitting on the riverbed and the tall Sycamore, Willow and Larch trees cast long warm shadows on the pathway.
Happy that we had seen Arrowtown in its ...