Oakwood Manor Auckland Airport Motor Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOakwood Manor Auckland Airport Motor Lodge Mangere
They were fantastic. We called the hotel at midnight when we arrived, a courtesy bus came and picked us up and took us back to Oakwood. The room was clean and comfortable with tea and coffee facilities. We had a free continental breakfast there on Boxing Day morning before the courtesy bus took us back to the airport to start our journey.
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Arrived Nelson airport, only two tickets showing on computer. Third was in there only wouldn't show up. Left Nelson on time and got to Auckland 9pm - 10 minutes early. Waited 20 Minutes for Oakwood Manor Shuttle to pick us up. It was windy but not as cold as Nelson. After checking in finally got to bed around 10.30pm.
... that afternoon. After the spa we relaxed at the motel with popcorn and a movie- lush! The next day we were woken by sunshine hurrah! Sarah and I pretty much ran to the beach to get some sunbathing in. Unfortunately it wasn't too long before the clouds came out again. So we decided to go exploring and visited the famous Hot Water Beach. This was so much fun. There is an area on the beach where you can dig your own little hot pools. You have to be ...
... was very busy!) and went back towards the shops.
After another look in other souvenir shops, we caught the bus back to Pakuranga and walked back to Hol, Steve and Josh's.
After a bit of tea, Joshy and Calum had a water fight, followed by fun on the trampoline. Joshy was in stitches!
Around 9pm we made our way to the airport (with thanks to Steve for dropping us off) and said our fond farewells to Auckland. Until next time!!
A lovely (but a little sad) day ...
... the Puhoi Valley Café and Cheese store where we sampled some local cheeses. Next we stopped at a honey shop where there was a display of bees and many types of honey to purchase. We bought some medicinal Manuka honey, which can be used when antibiotics are called for. We continued driving until we reached Matakohe, where we went to the Matakohe Kauri Museum. The museums intriguing collection of artifacts, ...
... let our surroundings go to our head. The marina's are jammed with yachts from all over, there was even one from Cowes on the Isle of Wight. Great night at the Hawkes Bay Irish bar...one of the locals won 1400 dollars by drawing the right card in the pubs weekly drawer. He then kindly put 300 of it behind the bar. 2 lads turned up to play so all in all it turned into a good night, our latest ...