Waiheke Island Resort and Conference Centre
Travel Blogs from Waiheke Island
Lovely lie in and a but of a lazy morning today! Jo worked from home until half 10 and then we dropped her at work and took a drive west to Piha beach. It only took less than an hour and we arrived - it had been quite overcast but the sun was out now and there were blue skies. We drove down to the very end of the north beach then back to the main part where there was a ...
... lovely hot day so we got some lunch, sat by the water, went for a really long walk, played in the swing park and climbed to the top of mount victoria and saw Auckland in all its glory! Lauren, bless her bought me and sarah an ice cream after as a reward!! haha .... then we went back to the harbor to catch the ferry. We got back to Auckland and said bye to Lauren, then i waited for sarah to look around the sky tower (im doing it tomorrow) and then sat on a bench and got a backpacker ...
... They grow Cabernet, Shiraz, Merlot and a few white wines but the red is more prevalent here. We stopped for lunch and the ladies had a glass or two of red. They liked it so much that we visited the wine center and purchased a few bottles. Look around a few shops and just took it easy. Made it back to the ferry and waited for Marvin to pick us up to bring us back to their ...
... we eat at a French restaurant in nearby Queen Street, and gave us directions. We set off in search of that restaurant but after 20 minutes of walking uphill we gave up the search. Tony had suggested that we should eat in The Orbit, the revolving restaurant on the 52nd floor to the Sky Tower. We found the tower (it wasn't that difficult really) and went to make enquiries about a table reservation. We were very lucky to be able to book ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
ausser zwei schönen stränden hat sie nichts zu bieten
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