Mercure Dunedin Leisure Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... later, we arrived at the beautiful Dunedin railway station. This station is built in the 1920's in the Flemish Renaissance stye and is the most photographed railway station in NZ. We smoothly boarded the train and travelled firstly though flat grazing pasture before climbing and following the Taieri river. This was very picturesque and the train wound along the river and climbed through the hills. We travelled trough 12 tunnels and over ...
... cheese (of course!), vegetables and amazing fruits as we are in orchard country and some of the fruits we buy in Edmonton come from this part of New Zealand.
We had bought smoked salmon at a salmon farm that is the highest salmon
farm in the world (who knew?) and that had recently been given the
highest rating by the San Francisco-based Seachoice organization for
sustainable and healthy fishing. So when we stumbled across a really ...
... anything that had water in it, as usual, and liked the pretty flowers. A happy afternoon was had by all.
We returned to Pam and Nick's who had cooked up a gorgeous dinner of all Lotte's favourite things - spaghetti, meatballs and broccoli. The piece de resistance was Lotte's birthday cake which the fabulous Pam had baked for her. She wasn't too convinced by the candles, especially as they were magic candles that reignited upon blowing out, which was a bit ...
Left the Otoga Peninsula to head South along the coast toward Invercargill, where will find an overnight campsite. On the way we took a track to Nugget Point to look for fur seals and visit the Nugget Point Lighthouse. We saw both. We were going to drive onto Invercargill but this was a 2 1/2 hour drive, so we decided to get our heads down at a very small campsite at Surat Bay, ...
... the silly goose headed straight back to the pond!! Ha no way this time Daddy scooped her up with an "I don't think so Little Miss".
After all that we finally got to see the gardens and then headed off for a drive around the Peninsula. When we drove home Lily fed the lambs and we organized dinner. I came down with a bit of a bad migraine so I stayed home and missed out on Korean BBQ! Had a good sleep though and woke up feeling ...