Quest on Mount

Address: 15 Mount Street, Auckland, North Island, 1005, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 15 Mount Street, Auckland, is near City Art Gallery, Auckland Art Gallery, Piha Beach, and Albert Park.
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Our First Real Vacation Day!

A travel blog entry by crawfordrg on Feb 06, 2015

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... learned that they plant rose bushes at the end of the rows of vines because the roses will show disease first. (Mostly traditional now, but they all did it.)

The Waiheke Island Brewery was a nice switch from wines (especially theirs, which were cheap plonk) but the Baroona Pale Ale was tasty, and the Hauraki Gulf Ginger Beer (non-alcoholic) was delightfully gingery -- they use root, not exact.

At ...

To Middle Earth!

A travel blog entry by happyronin on Jan 22, 2015

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... and games. There was even a seafood festival going on. It was fun to see the whole town celebrating. And the cool thing is we had a GREAT view of the fireworks from our hotel room!

We walked to Mount Eden, which is the highest natural point in Auckland. It is a dormant volcano and used to be a fortified Maori village. At the top there are great 360˚ views of the city and to the nearby islands. Getting from the city center to Mount Eden was the hardest part ...

Kia Ora New Zealand

A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Jan 16, 2015

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... sky-line that you never notice from the ground. These volcanoes are common in that they all erupted once and only once. The one we visited the next day, called Rangitoto erupted quite recently, in volcanic terms, 600 years ago, but the eruption last 340 days!
The next day we book onto a harbour cruise, as there's lots of islands around Auckland in the Haruki gulf and we'd like to spend some time on the water. The cruise takes us round the bay, ...

Touring New Zealand's North Island

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jan 08, 2015

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... open to tourists to visit. 35 families live on the site next to bubbling mud pools, natural hot pools, steam vents and two geysers. The Maori cook their food in a 'hangi' in the ground, basically steaming it for hours in the natural steam and their houses are naturally heated keeping electricity bills to a minimum. It must be nice not having to have a punch up with NPower every month. They cook lobster or prawns in the boiling water in ...

NZ Week 8: A week of wine

A travel blog entry by dreamteam214 on Nov 22, 2014

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Day 1: Waking up, and feeling like a dog's ****, we head to Sumner for some chicken burgers at half 10am...interesting choice. Then we went to the beach to nap off the food comas and enjoy the sunshine. Once we were all feeling a little more energetic, we decided to play mini-golf. Great fun, and Ric******** by cheating! That evening called for a BBQ of steak, sausages and chicken (amazing). And as we sat down for a civilised dinner, Richard and Pres were doing ...