Bella Vista Dunedin
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Akaroa - Lake Tekapo - Dunedin
What we saw:
Banks Peninsula again in the morning light
Lake Tekapo and Lake Pukaki, which both are plain folly. Never seen such a colour of water, except once in Canada.
There was quite a lot of wind and unfortunately the Church of the Good Shepard had closed, so we could not …
We woke this morning to something we’ve not seeen for the last three weeks - rain! Well, more like drizzle but still not welcome.
First we drove to the outskirts to see Baldwin Street - the steepest street in the world (according to the Guinness Book of World Records) - in places it is 1:2.86 (although our photo doesn’ …
We’ve had a bit of a strange day today - some of the things we planned to do didn’t work out like we’d expected but there were some unexpected bonuses which we didn’t know about as well.
We set off early from the B &B this morning to beat the coach parties at the Church of the Good Shepherd to get that …
3 MARCH 2011- (Cont'd). We finally to arrive in Dunedin. We booked ourselves into the motel for 2 nights. We had a delicious Thai meal for dinner.
4 MARCH 2011 - First stop this morning was at the steepest street in the world - Baldwin Street. We park down the bottom of the street and get out to have a look up. We take some photos and then …
We arrived in Dunedin and we are staying outside of Dunedin in another Bella vista. They have a really cute dog here named ally which is a Schnauzer. We had a restful day because we didn't have to wake up early. We went to the center of Dunedin we saw the rail station, a couple of the churches, and had lunch at a Japanese restaurant. Then we drove …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBella Vista Dunedin
Great place to stay, very friendly welcome, within walking distance to a wonderful restaurant called "The Reef", where we went for dinner.
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