At the Rocks Motor Lodge

27 Meeanee Quay, Westshore, Napier, North Island, New Zealand | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 27 Meeanee Quay, Westshore, Napier, is near Cape Kidnappers, Marine Parade, Hawkes Bay Museum, and Te Mata Winery.
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    A travel blog entry by shirlprins on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... that afternoon. A wander down town and a look at a museum where it covered the early days of Skagway and it's railway. Gold was discovered in 1896 which triggered a stampede for riches. America was in a depression so men came in there thousands via the inside passage to find gold, each person was required to carry a ton of supplies to last them a year, hard times indeed. The railway was built in 1898 to carry supplies and bring out the gold, there were very ...

    The Farm at Cape Kindnappers

    A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Mar 31, 2014

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    ... of either white or red and we choice the reds. As the wine makers talked you had a tasting of the wine they were describing in the video, so you could make notes or taste along with the winemaker. We were both impressed, first all the wines were good and we both had a favorable reaction to the Hawke's Bay regions wines, second we could walk to our B & B from the place so we could taste without worrying about driving afterwards, and finally we did ...

    The Great Gatsby Meets Middle Earth (Napier)

    A travel blog entry by lizzyian on Feb 21, 2014

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    ... out of place in my scruffy shorts and trainers. The vaguely unreal feel to the place was heightened by the fact that it reached 32 degrees that day and Ian and I were stumbling around in a heat-induced trance, eventually succumbing to the cool and dark of Napier's aquarium. Not particularly Art Deco but it had penguins (live ones luckily).

    The other "must do" activity that we felt that it was our duty to perform, was to go to a winery and have a tour/wine tasting. ...

    Napier in the rain

    A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Nov 27, 2013

    ... crashing waves on the beach the horizon was a dark grey with sea and sky merging together. Lunch in the van was followed by a visit to Alan and Ann's a distance relative who made us very welcome on a wet afternoon. So back to the beach side campsite where the wind is rocking the van and the rain beating on the windows, still the local farmers are happy but I reckon the vines are being drowned now so please STOP ...


    A travel blog entry by dulcielofting on Nov 16, 2013

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    ... The townspeople set about rebuilding their town with the now added advantage of the land being raised 2mtrs as a result of the quake, giving them much more land to play with. This was of course the hey day of The Art Deco period (between the wars) , so consequently the whole CBD was expanded and rebuilt in that style. Amazingly, the town has managed to retain 140 buildings and now has the largest collection of AD buildings in the world. I ...