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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Hot tub
TripAdvisor Reviews Huntington Stables Cambridge
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... Savannah part and seeing the animals. We took our time in the New Zealand section as it was very interesting to see these Animals. NZ have a lot of flightless bird and a lot of which are on the endangered species list. We were very excited to see the Kiwi bird up and moving. We were also very surprised how big they were. We had a look at the rest of the animals and skipped the Australian section. It was an amazing zoo and I would have to say possibly better ...
... everyone else's business! So once nature had been relieved and my caffeine tank refiled, I ventured back onto the winding roads to try and achieve my designation of Hamilton. Now, my lonely planet guide book described Hamilton as an up and coming challenger to the party scene that has been held by Auckland for many years! So with that in mind, I used a hard shoulder and my limited internet connection to find somewhere to sleep that was more in keeping ...
... not all photographs uploaded) we first went to Waitomo Caves, famous for its glow worms. Very touristy, the floor of the cave was totally natural, but looked very like 250 cm paving slabs? But the glow worms were spectacular, we went on an underground boat trip to see them. No photography or filming of any kind was allowed. We then passed and visited a natural bridge called The Mangapohue Natural ...
... mean in Maori (they’re very silly when you translate them), and that there are around 40 million sheep, 8 million cows and only 4 million people in New Zealand.
As Hobbiton drew near it become obvious why Peter Jackson chose this area to film in. Similar to Scotland, but even more wild, and with palm trees. Beautiful rolling hills, bush and a surprising amount of untouched forest. And ...
... was helpful an full of interesting trivia about the movies and the set. My only gripe is regarding the limited time you are allowed to spend there. Essentially you are guided from one photo opportunity to the next, and besically everyone has a duplicate picture of the same view or Hobbit hole or tree or chimney, etc. It's certainly all very beautiful and magical, but quite strict and rigid. You do get to explore a little bit, but generally ...