Elliott Street Hotel Auckland

15-31 Wellesley Street , Auckland, North Island, 1001 , New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15-31 Wellesley Street , Auckland, is near Sky Tower, Hobson Wharf National Maritime Museum, SkyJump, and Sky City Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Auckland

    Arrival at Auckland

    A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Sep 07, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... you- its 4.5 million and no I haven’t left of a digit it really is a minuscule 4.5.

    Still feeling jet lagged on Saturday we decided the Hop On Hop Off bus sounded good. I was however a bit dubious when it said 'visit the 14 big (in capital letters) attractions of Auckland' and then detailed four gardens, the sea life aquarium, a building at the harbour, a shopping centre, the highest point in the city, an up-market village shopping area and the zoo. So instead we ...

    USA Music Tour September 2014

    A travel blog entry by doubbledee on Aug 30, 2014

    1 photo

    ... row seats to Million Dollar Quartet at The Apollo Theatre on North Lincoln Ave, (so exciting to be at the front), never been there before. There is a possible cruise to take in the city architecture and a climb up the Trump Tower. After a relaxed morning to maybe visit a posh store on the Golden Mile we head to Union Station to board the Texas Tiger to Saint Louis for 2 nights. Here the Gateway Arch and Jefferson National Expansion Memorial could take our ...

    NZ Adventure Begins

    A travel blog entry by stacy.leckey on Jun 30, 2014

    2 photos

    ... not the tax avoiding monster company, but a very laid back skater-type establishment). Connor bought a wallet and was served by a very friendly and like-minded guy who went on to tell us about his first trip snowboarding the previous week, which only served to make us even more excited about our boarding week. After wondering about the shops, buying my first ever pair of Canterburys from a very friendly (see a trend?) and fellow England Rugby team-hater in the ...

    Sydney and Arrival in Auckland

    A travel blog entry by petermbeaumont on Jun 22, 2014

    1 photo

    ... one car arriving for a pit stop. I shouted, John heard, stopped and Barbra told him to keep going. A comedy of errors but we managed to be united and took off to their place.

    Dad was waiting at home and looked good! We chatted poured drinks, I unloaded presents and it was a wonderful reunion.

    We also watched a bit of the World Cup, had a grew Fish and Chip supper and collapsed into bed about 8:15pm local ...

    Big whales, big blokes, big mountains, big pies

    A travel blog entry by waughs on May 02, 2014

    6 photos

    ... poles, designed for the purpose of salacious gyration, actually served to dramatically increase the structural integrity of the building. Follow this to its logical conclusion and we can see that all offices should encourage pole dancing in lunchbreaks.

    A sad farewell to our faithful camper, a short flight back to Auckland, a meet up with a distant relative and we found ourselves at Auckland airport for the third time in a month, but this time we were heading 1500km north … to ...