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- Non-smoking rooms
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Good view overlooking centre but a little faded.
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An early start saw us leaving Sydney at 9.30 this morning and somehow misplacing a couple of hours as we flew across to Wellington. I need all the hours I can get so I'm going to look for them on my way home.
Picked up our rental car, tried to drive through the cab only boom gate on the way out but with the aid of the friendly lady who lives in the satnav found our lodgings overlooking the bay. First impressions? Very ...
... us that he was still in touch with the Queen and they spoke on the telephone at least once a week! What a fascinating story! We said we would be sure to drop his name in conversation to the Queen when we attended her garden party later in the year!! The sun shone all the way to Wellington, however, when we arrived we were met with a chilly wind and had to put on coats! After checking into our hotel for one night ...
... I only visited Level 2, but the museum has five different floors, (only three are currently open to the public), hence why you could easily spend a whole day here... and most of it's free of charge! WIN WIN. Despite my slight disappointment, I would most definitely still recommend this museum with its 'hands-on' learning and exhibits.
My last evening in Wellington was spent with another delicious meal (thank you Pryor) with the added company of Nicky's ...
... a countdown began for ‘midnight’ and there was the biggest and longest fireworks display I have seen for a really long time. The joy of having found ourselves at the local children’s NYE display meant that we could hop in the car, head to Napier and do it all again at midnight, so we did. It was a very close call as to whether Tim was going to be with us as the countdown for midnight began as he was desperately trying to get the last latte of the year ...