The Atrium Apartments

Address: 23 Maunganui Rd, Mount Maunganui, Bay of Plenty, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 23 Maunganui Rd, Mount Maunganui, is near Maunganui Beach and Waimarino Adventure Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Mount Maunganui

    Robyn & Jonathan's Unexpected Adventure

    A travel blog entry by jobyn on Aug 01, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... fence lines are 5 feet high, two feet wide and neatly trimmed. Makes the country side look very nice. He also told us Matamata is a capital for the thoroughbred industry - 700 horses train at the local racecourse each morning.

    The tale of the "chosen few" was funny - of all the extras who auditioned hopefully at the Matamata College, only 50 were offered jobs. And of those 50, only 8 were locals. Very select group.

    By the time ...

    The Final Straw

    A travel blog entry by fednskutes on Jul 05, 2015

    3 photos

    We apologize for the month and half late blog entry. It's not because we haven't wanted to write, it's mostly because we've got caught up in life. No excuse of course, but an excuse none the less. So our story actually starts on a good note this time around. Finally... after 3 countries, we get a break!

    4 hours on an Air New Zealand flight, while enjoying copious amounts of movies and television, we arrived in Auckland. Our first thoughts, "Wow, it ...

    Mount Maunganui Summit Track & Theatre

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Jun 04, 2015

    7 photos

    With Christine sniffling and achy back at home, Caleb and I went for an adventure that would result in us climbing one of the local hills. Caleb was quite talkative as we drove by the waterfront where we saw trees stacked up, oil containers and shipping containers from the ships we could see in the Harbour. He said that the logs were not good as someone would have had to clear cut them. ...

    Northland and a very special visitor

    A travel blog entry by debandchris on May 08, 2015

    12 photos

    ... piece Harri was just a bit dirtier and dusty. After some spectacular views from a coastal walk the next morning we headed back down the narrow, steep, winding, gravel 'road' and on to New Chums beach. A beach that is only accessible by foot, unfortunately the signage was vague and so we mistakenly headed off in our flip flops...we were going to a beach right?! Not far into the 20 minute rock scramble we realised our error but our persistence paid off when we were greeted ...

    The moderate path

    A travel blog entry by susannarachel on Apr 13, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... between the ancient mountain and civilisation, two little grandchildren waving from the balcony of the apartment.

    The plans for today are dependent on the weather. After a shower and breakfast and thinking we might make for Wai-O-Tapu and its boiling mud pools, the skies turned leaden, and a sudden torrential downpour swept across the harbour and on out to sea. Perhaps a cafe while we ponder our ...