The Lakehouse Hotel

4145 Lake Road, Rotorua, North Island, 3040, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4145 Lake Road, Rotorua, is near Polynesian Spa, Swoop Rotorua, Kuirau Park, and Ohinemutu.
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua

Got gas

A travel blog entry by jandjsgrandtour on Apr 27, 2014

3 comments, 77 photos

... to drive. We opt for the short scenic route which takes us into an area called the Marlborough
Sounds. This was formerly an area of mountains and valleys, but the land has tilted under geological activity and the valleys have been taken over by the sea to form four main sounds, intercut by many waterways, with the mountains remaining as islands in between. An absolute boat owners dream !

Its a beautiful ride but quite ...

New Zealand - Rotorua

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 27, 2014

1 comment, 96 photos

... 1 350 A.D., Ihenga, the discoverer of Rotorua, travelled inland from the New Zealand coast in the Te Arawa canoe. The first lake he saw was Rotoiti, and the second was Lake Rotorua.

While Gonzalo stayed with his dad in the car (probably talking) Gonzalo´s mum and I went to explore some of Rotorua´s most significant monuments:

  • The Bath House. The Bath House, which opened in 1908, is the only surviving building from the first 45 years of the Rotorua spa. ...

Cultural Experience in Rotorua

A travel blog entry by dianneswisher12 on Mar 20, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... weapons made of sticks and were jumping around yelling out weird sounds and making their eyes pop out. We were advised not to laugh and that this was a sacred ritual and any laughter would offend them. For me it was a little uncomfortable but once the ritual was over, they greeted us and welcomed us into their village, I enjoyed learning about many features of their way of life. They are very protective of their women and children and hold ...


A travel blog entry by lgodfrey3 on Mar 08, 2014

48 photos

... the cave. We then enter the Cathedral, this is the largest part of the cave and this is no exception. The enormity is breathtaking; we are led further into the cave. We go past the skeletal remains of a bird. Like no other though, this seems to have a long neck, has produced non-decomposable stones in its stomach, it has tracheal rings of bones instead of cartilage, it's has incredible strong back legs and claws are enormous. This isn't a recent bird it's a Moa. ...

Where's Aragon!

A travel blog entry by scbcrwrw on Mar 07, 2014

4 photos

... taking down of the props. In the meantime a lot of the farmers friends and the local community were keen to see what had been going on. They were very impressed and probably saw some money to be made and persuaded the farm owner (he his now retired and has passed the land to his sons) to go into the sightseeing business - and the rest is history and put Matamata on the map.

When Peter ...

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