Waldorf Tetra Serviced Apartments
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This morning we woke around 7am so strolled into the CBD for our morning coffee. Scott and I were super as excited because Auckland has Starbucks! So we ordered delicious coffees from the Christmas release- I had the skinny peppermint mocha which reminded me of my trip to the states last year! In fact, on New Year's Eve last year, Scott and I were …
Wa hoo! We're in Auckland baby! We landed in Auckland at around 1pm after two short flights. Our first flight was only 3.5 hours from Perth to Melbourne and uneventful as we both slept most of the flight. When we got off at Melbourne we had to leg it through the domestic airport to the international which was a fair hike. We actually had to run the …
... the unlimited bus travel was priceless given the tempestuous rain clouds and sudden downpour which tried to ruin our day). 4. Giapo aka Spending £10 on an ice cream cone - ok, so this completely contradicts point 3 but when a haute gelato emporium is ranked as the number one eatery in Auckland you just have to see what all the fuss is about. It's the hokey pokey as it turns out. A New Zealand invention of vanilla ice cream with custard ...
... while Chris follows the map. Now waiting for our first glimpse of New Zealand our home for the next month. Very excited. We have a bottle of Bubbly. I know you won't all believe it but this will be our first wine but no doubt not our last. ( even we wouldn't pay £35 + a bottle ) They must have Haribo !!!! Just waiting to see how the blue case has withstood the journey. It lost the pull along handle at the first hotel and ...
... face towel, the only problem was that our room was half a kilometre walk but at least when we arrived the air con was on and it was cool. Wide awake we decided to have a glass of wine each and finally hit the sack at 1.30am.
Hints - buy your grog at Auckland as the duty free shop in Tahiti is tiny. Deb also recommends you stay at the Intercontinental as the porters were shirtless and buffed when we called in there for a drop-off on the way to our hotel. ...