Domain Lodge

Park Road and Boyle Crescent , Auckland, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located on Park Road and Boyle Crescent , Auckland, is near Auckland Museum, Auckland Domain, Piha Beach, and Classic Comedy and Bar.
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    Travel Blogs from Auckland

    Day Forty Five - Driving around Auckland

    A travel blog entry by mikeyhand on Jul 27, 2014

    18 photos

    ... break at the hotel for a little bit and then we drove over to Devonport. The sunset was cloudy and wasn't much so we went to Corelli's for dinner. I had a great roast beef dinner with potatoes and carrots, Jess had tomato soup.

    We came back to the hotel real quick to get more coats and hats for the observatory. We got to the Stardome Observatory and it was pitch black, I guess they don't have street lights everywhere. The show started and ...

    The camper experience

    A travel blog entry by paulandmaria on May 28, 2014

    57 photos

    ... you wanted it to be. We even
    found 'cruise' control which came in pretty handy on the long
    straight bits where you could easily speed over the seemingly slow
    100kph. The driving was all part of the adventure for us too, which
    is good, because there was a lot of road to drive. But what roads
    they are! The windiest, sharpest corners, most inconsistently up and
    down, climbing over mountains, weaving through valleys, pottering
    through farmland, ...

    Auckland

    A travel blog entry by toddlerontour on May 20, 2014

    5 photos

    ... a walk up to the Aotea centre for the Auckland Writer’s Festival- a similar affair to the Hay but much smaller. There were some free children’s readings which we took Chloe to (we are now all familiar with Grandma McGarvey who none of us had previously heard of) and Rachel and Stella got books signed by Alice Walker. We continued the literary theme with a visit to the Auckland library where Chloe performed her ...

    New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by isaach on Apr 26, 2014

    5 comments, 31 photos

    ... We did however, pass a hot spring on the way, and so went for a look. It was literally a warm river. It was so bizarre!! We were slightly concerned however, by the sign that said that you could catch amoebic meningitis from the pool if you ducked your head in the water. After a around half an hour in the springs we set off for the Tongariro National Park, where we stayed at Mangahuia campsite. Because we were in the mountain range, it was absolutely freezing. So cold that in ...

    Cultural report 1: Rugby: a way to live!

    A travel blog entry by elliotmorneau on Mar 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... hobby, it is a passion that
    they shared to each other’s during 80 minutes. It is the biggest rugby league
    in New Zealand so there are a couple of All Black’s players and you can feel a
    relationship between the fans and the players and it gives a lot of motivation
    to the players and this is probably why the Blues won the game 40-30. It is not
    rare to see a grandfather, a father and ...