Mclean Park Garden Motel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMclean Park Garden Motel Napier
A little out of town but very near the ocean, nicely maintained but we were very near the main road so a little noisy.
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Before I start todays blog, just forgot to tell you one more thing about the room last night, it had towelling dressing gowns as well !! Now that's a first lol
We had a very relaxing morning getting things together and packing the car and being ready for Rodney and Roberta as they were meeting us at 9.45 am.
They turned up on …
We visited the ocean side town of Napier for a few hours today. Along the waterfront, there were several city workers working hard at clearing away rocks and debris from the walking paths and children's playground. Apparently the day before the waves became quite strong and brought all of this stuff onshore. We could believe it as the waves today were I ...
... the cat and Mike didn't. Wish I pet it now, then I would have know for sure...........
Time for a bit of a scenic drive, up past my old school on the hill and over to bluff lookout to catch some more amazing views of the bay. Then into the CBD for the teenager to go shopping. She worked her way up Emerson street stopping at every single fashion store along the way. Purchased a couple of items and now we can say we have done the shopping ...
... good sight and Rod thoroughly enjoyed watching a container ship being piloted into the dock. Not a speedy manoeuvre so I sat in the sun and read! We hadn't booked anywhere to eat and clearly the festival goers were out in their finery to wine and dine. However a dining suggestion from the wine export man allowed us to sit on their deck outside and in time several other couples also un booked joined us. We were surprised the outside tables weren't half made up for service ...
... just below us. Magnitude 2. Nobody bothered about it. There were 10 others in NZ today! Just another day in the shaky Islands.
Six wines later and on again to Stables in Ngatarawa ... the oldest winery in NZ. They are based on an old racing stables. Like the other wineries they use sheep to trim off the bottom leaves of the vines so that the grapes hang down and the sun and air can get to them. The sheep don't like the taste ...