Ugbrooke Country Estate
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... s garden. I had the venison for a main meal which was just great.
I was starting to get a little nervous that night knowing I had the ...
... Whew. No time to rest because there is so much to see. Next stop is Nelson, named after the British Lord Admiral whose bullet-ridden uniform I just saw at the Royal Maritime Museum in London. It's a charming seaside tourist town now and the gateway to Abel Tasman National Park. But at one time, it was the 2nd settled city in New Zealand after Wellington. We plan to get info there on visiting the park.
... The room did look like a Chinese laundry but all done. Had a really nice meal at the hotel with some lovely Gielson wine!
We could not get booked on a wine tour so we did it ourselves! We hopefully choose the best Marlborough Wine tour, so many wines to taste! All of them so good as well.........we did about 10.........only purchased 4 bottles though as got to travel with them. We ...
... which we thought would be a good place to stop for a drink and a muffin.
Murchison, a small town with a population of about 500, this district is steeped in history from the days of the gold miners and early settlers and offers an interesting example of how quickly the bush can wipe away traces of civilization.
Refreshed, we continued on our way towards Blenheim. At Kawatiri we turned off SH6 onto SH67, continuing ...
We made it to Nelson, what a scenic drive. Too bad about the rain. It was kind of a meh town, nothing to write home about lol! It was boring and the roads were too narrow for our RV and there were no traffic lights so navigating was a little bit tough. We saw the ...