The Spire Queenstown
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... dinner and we were getting a bit impatient with our waiter but at least the meal made up for it. To be fair the waiter wasn't to blame, it was a stupid system whereby if the bar was busy the waiting staff couldn't get their table orders. Some others were complaining too of receiving pre-dinner cocktails at the same time as their food and wine arrived. At least when we moved on to bottles (I think one would have been sufficient Barry!) they ...
... cup of tea and a sit down at the hotel. In the evening we went out for dinner. We wandered into QT centre, which is only 10 mins stroll away (although I should add here that - because it's near the mountains - QT is very hilly, and it's downhill on the way in and uphill on the way out for us, which is the wrong way round really!). We were recommended a restaurant called Botswana Butchery, right on the lakefront, which was pricey but delicious. Jon had crayfish & avocado ...
We moved the motor home so we could have breakfast in front of Lake Te Anau before we left - a good start to the day. Then we made the very scenic journey from Te Anau to Queenstown- the journey was lovely - hills, fields, lakes, sheep, cattle, deer - all amazing. So far all the public toilets we have stopped at have been both free & very clean! Also all the New Zealanders are ...
... the ferry crossing, Fox Glacier, Lake Wanaka, the Ferg Burger (the best burger I have ever had and this is a feeling shared by anyone who has had the opportunity to have one), the trip to Milford Sound and of course the bungy jump from the Kawarau Bridge. We have still got to make our way past Mount Cook, up the east side of the South Island and back up through the North to fly out of Auckland and I am sure that there is much more to come for us in the way of activities and stunning ...
... he was terrible. I stayed for a about 30 minutes but decided to head to my hostel as it was at the other side of the city. It seemed to take forever to walk there and I picked up some dinner along the way. I was staying at Manor House Backpackers which was a bit of a way out of town and I was nervous about the location at first as I saw one or two dodgy looking shops, but it turned out to be fine. The hostel was a huge old manor house that has been converted into ...