315 Euro Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member Reviews315 Euro Motel Dunedin
Located in the centre of Dunedin but back off the road so quite quiet. Good facilities, double glazed (unusual in NZ) and comfortable
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... dams across from the west coast to the east coast AGAIN. Stopped at Oamaru for lunch and wished we could have stopped there for quite some time. Oamaru Harbour is New Zealand's only surviving authentic Victorian/Edwardian deepwater port, paralleling the town's uniquely intact colonial architectural inheritance and it was absolutely delightful, beautiful, beautiful buildings and we had no ...
... to see. We enjoyed it very much.
We had a yummy lunch in the café.
On the way back home, we stopped off a Broken Bay to visit the China Shop. It has the biggest collection of old china you could ever see, as well as old fabrics and linens. I bought Steph a cup and saucer to replace one that was broken.
A late snooze for me was vital, as I was really tired. I think the others were pretty drowsy too. It ...
... a monogamous bird who starts to reproduce from the age of 4-5! One really interesting picture I was shown in the scientific research laboratory was an x-ray a pregnant bird. The egg takes up 20% of their body weight, which is truly astonishing! (https://www.kiwisforkiwi.org/about-kiw i/kiwi-facts-characteristics/kiwi-life- cycle/producing-an-egg/). The equivalent in humans would be for a female to give birth to a 6 year old child! Once the female kiwi lays its egg, ...
... attention to detail lavished upon its interior. Most impressive is the mosaic floor depicting locomotive designs and the Southern Cross. Upstairs, a balcony overlooks the main hall on all sides and stained glass windows decorate the front and back walls. We took a look around an art gallery housed on the first floor of the station before heading off for lunch. Grahame had scouted out a vegetarian restaurant in the city centre, where we enjoyed a delicious Indian meal over a game ...
... penguins, seals, dolphins and whales if we are lucky. There's also a pretty spectacular train journey which goes through some steep gorges.
The people are so friendly, the air is unpolluted and the roads are quiet; it's warm, sunny and there are flowers everywhere. So odd to be in high summer when our home is in the depths of winter, but we're not complaining,