Shepherds Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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The ferry was about 20 minutes from docking when we were given the call to go to the vehicle deck and wait in our vehicles. Easier said than done, when there is only one stairway in use to get to the vehicle decks.
Once off the ferry we made our way out of Wellington on SH1 and then on to SH2 following the course of the Hutt River valley, passing through Lower Hutt and Upper ...
... and mountain steams, and lawns spread over flatter sections with beds of bright seasonal bulbs and annuals.
As we continue walking down towards the city we find the Lady Norwood Rose Garden. It is situated on a plateau and the formal circular layout consists of 106 beds, each planted with a single variety of modern and traditional shrubs. Climbing roses cover a ...
... we didn't feel a thing, Peter probably thought it was my erratic driving and didn't say a thing. I love the roads easy to drive on, I was a bit apprehensive driving out of the city but was a cinch. also the people here, they are very courteous on the road.
Tomorrow we are off to explore the Paihia and Russel area and move on from there to the next place
till then hei konei ra (see you later)
... bit more time to explore the capital.
In the morning we left camp a bit later than we had planned as we had decided to use a bit of our extra time to get some washing done as the site had laundry facilities. The 230 mile drive would eventually take us around five hours and it would have been around ten minutes quicker had I not been slightly over the speed limit and stopped by the police for a little telling off. The copper was pretty affable but ...
... all but 20 mins of it is over the Tasman Sea....but we saw Melbourne and its environs plus a brief glimpse of South Island through the clouds.
When my sister & brother-in-law returned to NZ from their visit to the UK, the usual Wellington winds were so strong that they weren’t able to land and were diverted to Auckland, adding over 2 hours to their journey before they could have another go at Welly ...