Bella Vista Queenstown
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... to line up actually on the bar to dance...this would never happen in England! People were dancing on the a bar, with an open fire in the background, in ski jackets and bobble hats, knocking back Jagerbombs and doing a dance routine from a musical! Nobody cares out here! It's so laid back. It is what it is! I got into bed at midnight and set my alarm for 6am. Day trip to Milford Sound tomorrow. Apparently it's one of the wonders of the ...
... one easily enough, but then the red one was troubling me and the need to find the gents was getting pressing. Soon I just wanted to get out, and eventually ducked out of an emergency exit with a few others who were struggling to find the proper way out. On to the rooms of illusions. These were good actually. The sloping house completely got me. As I moved further up, I was all over the place and could barely stand up. ...
... permanent buildings and a population of several thousand.. It was declared a town fit for a queen by the government of the day, hence the name Queenstown.. Of course the usual happened, the gold ran out and the population went down to about 190. It wasn't until the 1950's that Queenstown started to become a popular holiday destination which it still is very much is today.
... could barely soak in them for more than a minute, so most people would sit in the river where the hot and cold water mixed. As luck would have it, there wasn't a single cloud in the sky on the morning of our skydive. From our jump height of 15,000ft, we could practically see from ocean to ocean at the widest part of the north island with multiple lakes, volcanoes, and sheep in between. They opened the doors at 15,000ft and we were deafened by the sound of the plane and the ...
We drove up to Glenorchy, which is 44kms from Queenstown. The road leads along the Lake Wakatipu with some hairy bends and narrow corners. It is a small place and the set off point for jet boat rides up the Dart River.Then back to Queenstown for a look around. Lots of tourists in town, like us. Many backpackers serving in the shops and pubs. Found fish for for dinner and a local bottle of C******nay. Thinking of going to the NZ Open Golf tomorrow if weather stays ...