- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... now? We are hitting a vacation wall. How does that happen? Well we would both rather eat my cooking then go out to dinner again. We have seen beaches, mountains, valleys and so much more! Now just to clarify this is not a complaint. This is an observation that we have found our limit. Oh wait. There is one last thing we have not seen. A VOLCANO! And sure enough Auckland had plenty to choose from. Auckland's very own Mt. Eden is a dormant volcano. So we went ...
... non existent. City were on a good run since their Morocco heroics. They had won the previous four games since losing their first game back from Morocco as they clung onto their top of the league position coming into this game, by just one point. They didn't take long to cement that position, as they took an early lead after just 3 minutes as some nice build up play by the right winger led to Southern's full back smashing a superb own goal past his own keeper. It was ...
... people did not get the lift down but jumped, does not do it for me but Alison very keen!! I got postcards in the gift shop and wrote them and posted them in the special Sky Tower post box! They however did not arrive for about six weeks and seemed to of been via Brunei!! Walking along Queen Street the main shopping area and popped into the opticians to mend Alison's sunglasses!
We then went to ...
... it, but the NZ$225 cost and the fact that I don’t have a “support team” with me to witness it made me opt out.
There is plenty to see and do in Auckland. I visited the Museum, Art Gallery and Maritime Museum, climbed to the crater rim of Mt. Eden, walked the waterfront in both directions and wandered in Auckland Domain. One day I took the ferry ...
... small harbour towards the far side of the lake on a walk that took you up to a little place called Frankton. However half way through this walk we decided that a walk up the Ben Lomond trail at the top of the gondola in town would be a much better plan. After a lunch with Elizabeth in town the two of us grabbed our walking shoes and went up the Gondola, which is one of the steepest in the world. Once at the top we admired the views from the viewing platform of what is a ...