Quest on Lambton Serviced Apartments
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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 …
... our walk through the city, we took the Cable Car up to the botanical gardens. We had a beautiful day to wander through these magnificent gardens. At the bottom of the gardens, we strolled across the motorway to The Beehive and Parliament House. The Beehive is where the Prime Minister and the government offices are. Parliament House is connected via a walkway linking the two buildings. A beautiful two course lunch at the Backbencher before the Parliament House tour. ...
... with the rooms and could they switch us to another hotel. We agreed and when we arrived we found out the problem was a couple of elderly individuals who had gone missing and not checked out when they were supposed to. To the hotel managers relief they located the two oldies to find that despite multiple emails stating their accommodation dates they had thought they had an additional night at the hotel. As the manager felt it would be difficult to kick out a 79 and 84 year old ...
... South American and percussion. A young man was just playing them and encouraging the kids to play, when he was on his own he played very well, don't know whether it pays well but looked good fun. I had spotted a show with times advertised so i booked us in. not really knowing what to expect we wandered around until our time slot.
When we got back to the queuing area we were the only ones queuing. so we waited and then went in. What ...