West Plaza Hotel
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Leaving Napier, we drove to Wellington, the most southerly city of North Island and the capital city of New Zealand. There are three parliament buildings here, each one built as the the previous one became too small. The oldest one is the best from an architectural viewpoint and the newest is the ugliest. A bit of a carbuncle as Prince Charles …
Before going to the south island I stayed in Wellington for 2 nights. Wellington was windy like everyone says.
My roomate was a German guy who was friends with some other Germans who I happened to meet earlier so we all just got together and toured Wellington together.
We saw the Weta Caves from Weta Workshop the creators lord of ...
It was just now while sitting in my university library studying for an economics test that I decided to start writing this blog. I've always loved travelling, ever since my parents took me on my first big overseas trip to Vietnam when I was about 11 and have had in the back of mind for years the idea of travelling the world writing about my adventures and experiences. Who would of thought the sheer boredom and repetition of writing word after ...
... raining on and off as well, we knew it would be an indoors day, so we decided to head to the city, but not before Donna braved the Arctic blast to get a coffee from a beachside mobile coffee van, followed by a false alarm visit to the local fishmonger (false alarm because his prices were way too high - viz $23 /doz oysters). So we got into the city via the motorway and then headed to Te Papa - the Wellington Museum. (Te ...
... in their equivalent of the House of Commons, but we still got to see plenty. In addition to the room where key pieces of legislation are signed off, the most impressive part of the tour was learning about the measures that are in place to limit damage to the building in the likely event of an earthquake. We got to see how engineers had created a gap in the building’s foundation, with the whole thing supported by spring-like sections that were designed to move with ...