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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuest on Lambton Serviced Apartments Wellington
Good position but I am afraid that was the best I can say about it. We asked for a quiet room and were given a first floor room over looking the road. The windows were original metal windows which let in both noise and wind. The apartment was small and badly designed. Wouldn't recommend these serviced apartments
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Next morning because we had already done the bulk of the driving to Wellington we headed off in the direction of Cape Palliser to visit the Putangirua Pinnacles, the seal colony and Cape Palliser Lighthouse. We decided to go to the furthest point first and work back so set off for the lighthouse. However the winter weather had obviously attacked …
I have had several trips to Wellington, but this first one that I have documented being mid-winter, so not a good time for getting out and about.
June 2-11, 2003
Wellington is known as windy Wellington, by those that prefer other parts of NZ, but I like the place and believe it has a lot to offer visitors.
As this was …
Monday morning we flew from Dunedin to Wellington in an hour and half via the scenic Southern Alps.
We were checked into our apartment and having lunch in the square by 1.30. After that we had a wander round to get our bearings and refresh our memories from our previous visit 4 years ago and then it was a quick change and out for the …
We've walked miles today round Wellington. It's known as "windy Wellington" and it was cold and very windy when we set off along the waterfront. By late morning it had warmed up a bit and we took the Cable Car uphill for coffee with a view. We visited the Cable Car Museum while we were up, but didn't have time to do justice ...
... we'd all cook together and share food so we could use our money a little more wisely than eating out or cooking solo. We've done this ever since and it's been perfect - more money left for beer! After Hot Water Beach our next stop was Waitomo. This place used to be known as holding the eighth wonder of the world - naturally formed pink and white terraces caused by the volcanoes and volcanic rock. However, an eruption destroyed the terraces and there was no more eighth wonder. ...