Mackenzie Country Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Twizel
... 1. mountains are snow capped - absolutely stunning 2. The heat coming off the ground creates a morning mist on the fields each morning which is just stunning! 3. Less people around means it was much quicker to order and be served a famous Fergburger in Queenstown (actually be served it 3 times - you're only there once!) So since the last blog I have spent most of my time in Queenstown. Whilst there I explored the town a bit, as well as doing a day trip down ...
... Lost car key - doggy driving & booked the wrong month) so NO more... I’ve had my 3, LOL.
Luckily for us there was a spare triple room at the backpacker Lodge.
It was big and beautiful. A combination of both hostel and hotel accommodation with a large restaurant serving quality food of generous proportion or the option to use the communal kitchen facilities and cook your own. It’s full of singles, couples, backpackers ...
... The only other attraction in this little town is the Church of the Good Shepherd which stands picturesquely on the shores of the lake. That and a sculpture of a dog.
After cleaning up back at the room, we thought twice about walking into town because of the weather, and instead drove to a Japanese restaurant Stephanie recommended, named Kohan. The food was great, and we cleaned our plates. Turned in at some point, steeling ourselves for our last full day in New Zealand.
... the eve of Wayne's birthday, I took him on a stargazing trip. After spending an hour in a planetarium hearing the science bit, we were off to our stargazing location to see them for ourselves through two huge telescopes. It was really good fun and so clear that we could see the Milky Way and Jupiter. Even I can now identify a few stars and constellations..nerd alert! For his actual birthday, Wayne wanted to do as little as possible, so we drove a ...
... windy. It didn't help that James decided to take a scenic route! We arrived in Dunedin ready for lunch. We found a cafe, obviously with wifi, and had some lunch. We went to the Warehouse so we could buy trainers incase we decide to go on a 3 hour hike again! We had a look at the map and decided we should see the steepest residential street in the world. James drove and kept driving, turned onto the street then attempted to drive up the STEEPEST residential street in the ...