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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with their lights on was amazing though.
We also caught a Star ferry to Cheung Chau (I think that's how you spell it!). A small island about an hour away, which was like going back in time 100 years or more. I imagine it is how Hong Kong was before the Brits arrived. Little narrow, crowded streets with lots of small ...
... made pan seared chicken breast with pan jus, brown rice, and corn and green peppers that I sautéed. Yummy. Ben has an entire drawer of chocolate and pinky bars which were a favourite of his when he was a child. We are just leaving mission bay, where we had dinner by the beach, and are going to park at a school by the zoo where we will be tomorrow. So excited! And the scenery is ...
... Maori's, in their belief that the land was the point at which the deceased souls left earth. With its rich history, stunning views and wonderful scenery, even the howling wind did little to ruin our morning. From here we had a little scare that Josh had eaten crisps containing peanuts which was to prove unfounded, not before Abbie had alerted the bus and half of New Zealand that we may need a hospital. As if to compensate for our misplaced worry and inability to read that it ...
... in the sunglasses holder). This is when Merlz decided to have her second momentary blip of the week as she failed to start. Feeling that we needed to move her out of the pump lane, we confidently hopped out to push the mum mobile. The result was embarrassing, as instead of going forwards as intended, she actually rolled backwards. We imagine that from afar, this looked hilarious (we also won't mention that her lack of starting may have been due to the fact that she wasn't in park). ...
... sad indeed and not Kiwi like. Auckland has a Population of about 1.5 million or 1/3 of the total NZ population and suffers from escalating Home-prices because of the pressure from newly rich Chinese and other Immigrants which pay the high prices and leaves the NZ born locals no choice but to leave and move further away from the City where they work adding to the commuting problem. My Home Country ...