Quality Hotel Emerald & Conference Centre

13 Gladstone Rd, Gisborne, North Island, 4010, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 13 Gladstone Rd, Gisborne, is near Longbush Wines and Montana Wines.
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    Travel Blogs from Gisborne

    Just a few last queues......

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jul 18, 2014

    ... and service varies greatly. The ability to hotspot is very useful, but we really only had that in Ireland with the Tesco card. In all cases, the assistant set up my phone for me with all the settings. It's important to research the best option before leaving home - it seemed to be harder to do it while we were away.



    Chargers - take battery pack plus camera cord, plus car charger for battery charger.



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    Day 34, Gisborne

    A travel blog entry by stuartandsue on Feb 26, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... that it wasn't him they just left it there! The Italian that sold them the statue was Dellio Trotteria! Gisborne does not have a lot to do. It has wine trails but we are doing that at Napier tomorrow or Friday. We went for a circular walk around the harbour where there is a statue of Little Nick, the lookout on the Endeavour, and the first to spot the bay. After the harbour, we headed into the town centre. ...

    Gisborne

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jan 30, 2014

    2 photos

    ... over the top, via a bit of a sit on the beach. From the lookout I could watch the industry below-a big ship I had seen from the beach was being loaded with logs, truck after truck appearing, having its load taken off by cranes and being replaced by another truck. There was a huge stock of logs, these were big trucks; all were dwarfed by the size of the ship. Captain Cook came here, unfortunately shot a few locals, confused by their greeting, and departed without essential ...

    Look to the East!

    A travel blog entry by familyholmes on Nov 01, 2013

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... childhood nights spent in the caravan at Eccles, Norfolk. We're amusing ourselves watching a couple continuing to play tennis in the downpour right now - I give it another 5 mins...

    The drive here was spectacular, taking parts of the north coast before heading inland and through wonderful mountains and gorges. The coast was stunning, we had to stop a few times just to take in the views. One for Claire and Matt - we passed in ...

    The riches of Poverty Bay

    A travel blog entry by regal_tang on Mar 27, 2013

    1 photo

    ... the rod. Our previous one may have naughtily bathed in some water and rusted... ahem. With new reel for the fishing rod and nowhere to fish, we did the next best thing and treated ourselves to some sushi.

    One piece that we chose was called "The Kiss of Fire" and living up to its name, it left both ZoŽ and I in need of some cooling refreshment. Even after a large super thick strawberry milkshake, the warmth could still be ...