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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    Another Rest Day

    A travel blog entry by petermbeaumont on Jun 28, 2014

    1 photo

    ... call center and talked to Peter, then Jim and then some other lady, all of who kept asking me if I’d ‘topped up’. As I had only bought it 2 days ago for NZ$60 I didn’t understand why I had to ‘top up’.

    They thought that Dick Smith had failed to activate the card and I should go back to them. Great.

    When Karly surfaced, we gave Dad his birthday presents of the new camera and a really ...

    E noho rā Aoteroa

    A travel blog entry by toddlerontour on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... paced, laid back place with a fiery Maori undercurrent. Family and children are of paramount importance and as such everywhere you go feels like home. We have so many memories and some are fading already. The blockbuster south island: Mount Cook, Doubtful Sound, Queenstown, Wanaka. The mysterious north island: Maori culture, geothermal sights, beaches longer than we have ever seen before. The best ...

    New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by isaach on Apr 26, 2014

    5 comments, 31 photos

    ... 10am, had breakfast in the campsite and had a day in Wellington. Wellington is such an indie city, jut really cool. So many people with bizarre outfits, lots of buskars and street performers. Just a really cool place! We looked in charity shops all day, desperate for some old NZ wool. Pete's gone a bit crazy, he's bought about 5 jumpers. Crazy child. We also nipped into the store for a cheeky All Blacks kit purchase. Has to be done, when in New Zealand! After a day in the ...

    Kiwi Experience

    A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on Mar 24, 2014

    18 photos

    ... 2020 Olympics, took us out to run off our sore heads. It was tough and we were knackered after it but it was great to have a small snip of the discipline it takes to be an athlete and to have our eyes opened to what is possible in a park rather than gym. Who knew walking on hands and feet backwards up stairs would be so hard. The day continued with a quick walk before getting on the bus to Rotorua. Here is when the group parted for the first time as Hannah decided to take ...

    NZ - Aotearoa the Land of the Long White cloud

    A travel blog entry by missywanderlust on Mar 21, 2014

    1 comment, 188 photos

    ... its high lake, the view back through the valley and then of course mount Cook! While up there we could see 4 avalanches rolling down. The growling noise it makes is somehow terrifying even though it is on a different mountain. Exhausted but happy we made it safe and sound back to the camper after 7 hours just in time for sunset. WOW. More hiking in the morning and afternoon and a drive through new territory into a more desert orange landscape brought a climate change. It was ...