The Esplanade Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Esplanade Hotel Devonport
The hotel is old style England seaside with a touch of luxury, harbourview room is lvely with excellent views across the Bay.
We loved it.
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Tuesday 9th feb
this morning we said goodbye to John and Ruth and set off south . We stopped off for a picnic lunch at Waipu cove and went for a walk/paddle along the absolutely glorious beach. It reminded us of why when we returned to England after our 1986 trip to NZ we decided to buy a house on the beach which is how we arrived in West …
... much of it as he cares about so he wants to go "clubbing". Still not a fan of that phrase. It bothers me. Anyway I get decently dressed up and prepare to **** things up on the town. I tell josh I'm going out with our boy. He loses his don'ter attitude and commits. Respect Josh. He gets dressed. And we head over to Mohammed's crib. We smoke some hookah and his boy comes up. Still can't figure out this kids name. Regardless he gives us some Heineken and tequila shots so what's not ...
... crisp chilling wind. In town we checked into our awesome apartment, with a spa bath, lakeside and mountains views and 2 balconies. I had called ahead and ensured the kitchen was fully equipped to cook a roast for 4. We headed out to buy ingredients and more importantly to try find some Christmas crackers. But to no avail. All the shops I asked thought I was mad asking for crackers in June. And so we headed back to our cozy apartment where ...
... the road back instead of going back on the bush walk. A few minutes later we're back at home ready for lunch. Erin decides to make something with hard boiled eggs, while Tony heads straight for a ham sandwich. Once the eggs are boiled, Erin decides to fry up a little ham, and make sandwiches. Tony can't understand why we would fry something that is already cooked! No matter, we enjoy them anyway! After cleaning up we all grab a book (in our case e-books) and head to ...
After a final walk along Coopers beach we take a scenic route back to Auckland visiting a number of beaches, the famous toilets in Kawakawa, Whangarei Falls, lovely lunch at Revas Cafe on the quayside and a very quick shopping trip. We still haven't had time to get our nails done with Barry's full on itinerary! Barry assured us we would be home in plenty of time to rest before going into the city for dinner. The original time ...