Rutland Arms Inn

48-52 Ridgway St, Wanganui, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Wanganui

Can Wanganui get any better?

A travel blog entry by paulcripsey

6

... Bushey Park, to a lovely bird reserve which Paula's parents had helped to develop. On our return Selwyn was livening things up by wearing a wig which made him look like Brian May on a good day and playing some music for Hope to boogie to...not as sedate as Sarah and co waltzing to Anna's violin music in Melbourne, but it's hard to keep the over 80s behaving with 'dignity and decorum' for too long! Selwyn then produced some scary masks to raise the fear factor! Now our ...

Getting high at Christmastime...

A travel blog entry by brixhambertie

38

... roads up to that mountain are marked Dangerous, Do Not Pass.

We reached the turn-off for Ruapehu and began the serious climb. Up past the Chateau Tongariro – a very elegant hotel in a beautiful setting, up and up ears popping until we reached the ski-field. It is summer so apart from the summit there is very little snow. We drove around until we found a car park with a clear view and there in front, in ...

Free Campervan part 1 - Wanganui

A travel blog entry by edsutch

19

... doing those things, this weekend had been swimming with Dolphins in Kaikoura - and in the rush to get to the boat they had forgotten to fill up. He gave us his card and number and told us to give him a call if we needed any help whilst in New Zealand and then off we went. They stuck the fuel in an then overtook us 5 minutes later on the way North - it was still going to be cutting it fine to make the ferry but we thought it was doable! Both waving as they overtook us whilst ...

Waitomo to Whanganui

A travel blog entry by lynne_n_tel

16

... history of the caves that were discovered by a Maori chief, before escorting us through the majestic 'Cathedral Cave', famous for its acoustics. He did ask whether anybody wanted to sing - I would have liked to have had a go, maybe a chorus or two from one of the Rock Choir tunes, but didn't want to embarrass Terry so kept my hand down and my lips sealed. We walked on through tunnels and were able to see the glowworms on the roofs of the dark caves, just like clusters ...

Conquering mount doom

A travel blog entry by tai_and_sarah

6

We got up early, ate breakfast and jumped on our bus to take us to the start of our tongariro crossing trek- claimed to be the best one day trek in the world. The journey didn't take too long and we were soon on our way, walking through the national park - three active volcanos looming above us- the most famous, ngauruhoe otherwise known as mount doom....from lord of the rings- faction! Wild flowers were everywhere and the path followed the ...

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This hotel, located on 48-52 Ridgway St, Wanganui, is near Wanganui River and Whanganui National Park.
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