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 …
I left Coolangatta in the morning of the 7th of Janurary just as they sky turned grey. After a very short flight over the ditch, as they say, I arrived in Auckland airport with my Mother and Brother. We were met by my auntie and uncle whom I recently saw for Christmas but were as welcome a sight as they have ever been.
My family live on the northern side of Auckland. The house which will ...
... dropped us into town to take the kids around Auckland Uni and show them a little about the Uni life Jen had. It was a rather short tour as nothing seemed familiar except a couple of walls and we looked a little conspicuous. Albert Park was a great place for tree climbing and a great view of the city so we parked there for a while before finding the 'world famous in New Zealand' Vulcan Lane for a rather nice coffee.
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Bonjour. Yesterday we arrived in Auckland after a nice flight from Sydney. The plane was pretty empty so the service and leg room was very good! We got to Auckland and then got a 45 minute bus to Auckland Central. Auckland is interesting, it is kind of like East London......... but less places to eat. I can't say I am a huge fan and neither is Harriet. We are still having a ...