Travelodge Wellington Plimmer Towers
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Hotel was adequate worst part was trying to drive to it. One way system and roadworks not helpful
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After breakfast at our hotel, we experience another colorful element of New Zealand life with a visit to Flock Hill, a working sheep station (ranch) in the Southern Alps. Here, we’ll see the impressive teamwork of sheepdogs and sheep, and enjoy a hearty farm lunch. Afterward, we’ll travel overland to Christchurch, a departure point for …
After breakfast we’ll embark on a half-day city tour of Wellington. This bustling capital city, which locals affectionately call “Welly,” is situated at the crossroads of the two islands, on North Island just across the Cook Strait from South Island. Wellington offers an energetic, big-city feel and a beautiful harbor surrounded …
After breakfast, we’ll walk to Te Papa Tongarewa, the National Museum of New Zealand, where we’ll enjoy a guided tour. This innovative museum offers a variety of exhibits on the country’s art, history, natural environment, and Maori culture. We’ll also learn how this museum focuses on education about community development …
Wellington is a beautiful city, indeed quite a cool place. It is built by a harbor, and most of the homes are on hillsides with narrow access, reminding me of San Francisco. It also happens to be built on a fault line. There are over 16K telluric events recorded every year, as it is precisely where the Australian and Pacific plates collide. The …
... to be precise, and involved volunteers jumping into the murky water from a big plank while being cheered on by the baying crowd. The event's highlights were the BMX jumpers and the 12 Santa and a reindeer team that proved to be the finale of the afternoon.
Later that week the prospect of having to actually work for a living rose it's inevitable head. Michael had a new staff induction day and an enjoyable teacher only day (topped off by free ...