Solitaire Lodge

16 Ronald Road, Rotorua, North Island, 3076, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 16 Ronald Road, Rotorua, is near Te Puia.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotorua

    More stunning coastline and a volcanic city!

    A travel blog entry by mrandmrswaite14 on Jul 24, 2014


    ... didn't bother and just before the first corner he realised his breaks didn't work. Luckily he wall was padded so he had a pretty soft crash and only ended up with a bit of mud on his hand! We weren't that far from the start so he walked back and got another cart checked the breaks before racing off again! It was such a great activity to do before the drive to Auckland! We're now in Qweenstown ready for lots of really fun activities we've got planned! Love Naomi and Chief Ben ...

    Phew! Rotten eggs

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Mar 27, 2014

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    ... had been painted to appear as if she had a traditional tattoo on her chin and lips. The colour was a dark green. We boarded the coach and then were taken around other hotels and motels collecting people at each point of call. The groups included a very large French one. The coach took us out of Rotorua to the Mitai village, so called because it is on land owned by the Mitai family. There were lots of coaches parked there when we arrived. We all went into a large hall full of ...

    Day - 61 Whakatane to Rotorua (63 miles)

    A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Mar 17, 2014

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    ... Rotorua through farmland initially then up into the hills and past lakes before hitting the smell that is Rotorua! Anyone who remembers the old town gas works will know the smell, rotten eggs, not from anything industrial but the geothermal gases venting off all over the place. There always seems to be steam rising from a hole in the ground and everybody seems quite happy that molten rock and bubbling mud and steam are just metres below our feet. ...

    Farewell Auckland, hello Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by australblog on Feb 18, 2014

    ... without looking manicured.
    Here are some things I learned on the road trip:
    There are more Pacific Islanders in NZ than in all the Pacific Islands combined.
    The best way to eat kiwi fruit is to cut it along the equator and scoop out the flesh with a spoon. No peeling involved!
    Asian students come to NZ for higher ...

    "Ka Mate, Ka Mate..."

    A travel blog entry by twoinatent on Feb 03, 2014

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    ... pools are safe to go in and she reported there never to have been any accidents.

    We saw where the Maori people cook there dinners in ovens in the ground, and ate sweetcorn that had been cooked in a nearby geothermal pool. We were also shown the communal washing area and baths, churches and cemetery, the beautiful town hall and Prince Of Wales Geyser. Then it was time for our cultural performance held in a small outdoor theatre. ...