Quest Wellington

Cnr Hunter Street & Lambton Quay, PO Box 3577, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand | 5 star inn
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Windy Wellington

A travel blog entry by 547


We woke this morning to a foggy morning with limited visibility and were thankful for the good weather yesterday. Today we headed south to Wellington following Route 4 via Wanganui. After driving through flat farm land where more sheep and dairy cattle happily grazed, we started a winding drive through steep hills as we followed the course of the …

Roses and beehives

A travel blog entry by 547


Our day in Wellington started with breakfast at the nearby 'Smith the Grocer' in the Old Bank Arcade. Then we boarded the Cable Car and clacked our way up the hill to the Botanic Gardens. We wandered along the tracks enjoying the cool green gardens until arriving at the beautiful rose garden and tea house. If I thought the roses in Rotorua were …

The Road Goes Ever On

A travel blog entry by nbinette04


... lunch. This was our first taste of New Zealand McDonald's and we both commented how it was slightly different than what we get in Canada. We then continued our long day in the car by starting on our way to Wellington.

The drive to Wellington was through the same sort of scenery- farms, some windy roads, and small towns. Nearing the last 100 km of our drive, the road got much busier and we were stuck behind a long line of traffic. We decided ...

Windy Wellington, Oh, how I love thee.

A travel blog entry by thiskiwiflies


... in halls or on floors, partying all night and sleeping all day. Driving to Mt Vic to take photos, searching for the windmill on the hill (which I never found), driving along the coast and seeing Seals, eating gelato from Cafe Eis (best gelato ever) and walking along Oriental Parade, seeing the All Blacks Parade in 2011 after they had won the Rugby World Cup. To present day just spending time with loved ones, drinking tea and talking about old times and times that are yet to come, ...

Yes! I've got another tea towel!

A travel blog entry by john-and-anne


... We continued meandering over to the Beehive, ( parliament building) then on down Lambton Quay until we reached the cable car. Bought 2 tickets and jumped on. At the top we planned what to do . Museum. Planetarium. Lunch. Botanical Gardens.

The museum was small, but had some old cable cars that you could sit on, which John did. (No tea towel)

The planetarium was interesting, we were able to watch a show which showed ...

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This 5 star inn, located on Cnr Hunter Street & Lambton Quay, PO Box 3577, Wellington, is near Museum of Wellington City & Sea, Wellington City Library, Zest Food Tours of New Zealand, and Frank Kitts Park.
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