Kingsgate Hotel Wellington
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... family home in Makara just outside the City. It was beautiful. 21 acres of land, sheep, lambs, chickens, ducks, 3 dogs, 2 cats and a little boy called Jack. We also met James' wife Lou and had home made pizzas in front of the fire before heading off to bed. I got to sleep in a double bed with real bedsheets for the first time since being in New Zealand. ...
... cos stalo:) jeszcze tego samego dnia mialysmy piekny zachod slonca w Wellington i do zrobienia ponad 350 km trasy, bo nastepnego chcialysmy zrobic Tongariro crossing- slynny szlak 20km w parku narodowym z wulkanami. Jeszcze nigdy nie jezdzilam tak "prawie" przepisowo jak tu w NZ. Po prostu otrzymanie mandatu byloby zbyt duza ekstrawagancja:) .. Przed polnoca dojechalysmy do kolesia z couchsurfingu i juz o ...
... smashing a cronut. Yep. That is a doughnut and croissant hybrid with vanilla cream inside. I think it counts as carb loading! Once we got settled in we headed to the city center. We had dinner at an Italian place and it was so good!!! We had moments of quiet, laughing and awe from what we were eating. We decided dessert was going to be from the grocery store. We needed to pick up some lunch supplies. Mistake one. Taking Marlin in a grocery store after living in China. I ...
... The Beehive'. Soz NZ... But you've let yourself down here. Apparently it had once been named the third ugliest building in the world in 2009 by a tourism website, hilariously describing it as "a slide projector that fell on on a wedding cake that fell on a waterwheel". WTF. What a crazy description! But actually kind of makes sense when you look at the building... Almost. Even crazier is that the other 99% of this country offers some of THE most beautiful scenery and ...
Up and out early to head down to Wellington, the drive over the mountain is a little hairy and glad we don't have to commute this!! First stop was the Vietnamese Embassy to apply for our visa before returning the hire car. Met Chris’s father (Mike) and Jo who took us to a lovely Café on the beach front then a lovely tour of Wellington and surrounding area including the airport, which, has a huge Golam and Gandolf in the departure lounge. Later we went ...