Mercure Dunedin Leisure Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... the game was there so we thought, 'why not?' Grahame was the worthy winner. After his victory, he even treated us to pudding. He has been really spoiling us. Our last stop in town was the Settler's Museum. This has a wealth of brilliantly presented exhibits about Dunedin's traditional Maori dwellers as well as the first Pakeha (Europeans) to get here. One grand room has all four walls covered in portraits of those who came on the first few boats. Touchscreen consoles in the middle ...
... the headland. They seemed more lively this morning and two woke noisily before beating a hasty retreat away from Ben. He was a little unnerved because seals are formidable in the very unlikely instance that they are frightened into attacking. They can really move across the ground. On the headland, a group of maybe 200 shags were huddled together: one large dark mass. A couple of kilometres away are the Moeraki boulders. We took some time to explore these stone ...
... hint she wanted to go there on account of it being her Maiden name, Rae that is not Junction! Anyhow a quick look at the Map showed it was only 30km out of our way and what appeared to be a more interesting road. I should have said that having left mountains behind at Te Anau, the wide flat plains seemed a little uninteresting. So to divert to Raes Junction took us via steep hills like Ben Nevis etc. so off we went. We did wonder what ...
27/1/15 We got the intercity bus to Dunedin to stay with Tracey and Steve. They were so generous and welcoming, and gave us a much needed rest from the bus!! After an afternoon nap in a comfy double bed, we had roast lamb for dinner, which was delicious and an absolute treat! We had an early night so that we were ready for the day ahead. 28/1/15 After a lovely cooked breakfast (mini ommlettes) we started at the public Art gallery, where Adam likes the ...
... to have 1 GB wifi (1000 mps). As it is it is at the moment it's 20mps - twice as fast as ours at home.
We walked downtown to discover that the majority of the shops shut at the weekend at either 2 or 3 pm. That felt odd.
Dunedin is New Zealand's leading university city and medical training centre so there were lots of young people around and also it seemed to be graduation day for some, in their gowns and with ...