Mercure Picton Marlborough Sounds
Travel Blogs from Picton
I met Dom at Auckland airport on the 15th and flew into Wellington (apparently one of the windiest airports in the world - we did come in on an angle). We hung around Wellington a while and then caught a ferry to Picton at the top of the South Island. I have to say this was one of the highlights of the trip. Picton is a beautiful sea side town, to …
Na een lange reis en een ritje van Nelson naar Picton zijn we aangekomen in ons eerste verblijf. En met een uitzicht om van te dromen. De lange reis en de 12uren uurverschil eisen wel hun tol waardoor ik na het eten om 20u30 als een blok in slaap ben gevallen, enigste nadeel hiervan om 5u was ik natuurlijk weer klaarwakker. Foto hiervan zal op zich …
Looked for new accommodations in town. We moved to a hotel that is in the process of becoming a Mercure Hotel. At first they told us they were fully booked but I had made a reservation just this morning so they ended up giving us a room that is right by the construction. When it is all done this room will be expensive since it looks down on …
Melody and I traveled from Wellington on the Kaitaki run by Interislander, the crossing was smooth although some people we met on the Ferry said it can get quite rough. The water up the Queen Charlotte Sound was like glass and we had a large pod of dolphins escort us most of the way, there were also plenty of seals to be seen.
After leaving the …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Picton Marlborough Sounds
The view was amazing! A quaint place to stay over night with an excellent pool and highly hospitable rooms.
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