Ocean Inn Motel

Address: 27 Oceanview Road, Northcote, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 27 Oceanview Road, Northcote, is near Auckland Maritime Museum, Pink Sand Beach, Valentine's Dive Center, and Auckland Harbour Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Northcote

Old friends

A travel blog entry by cappuccina on Jun 28, 2014

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... couple of weeks. We headed into Newmarket for lunch at a Turkish cafe. We said our emotional goodbyes and I walked back to my lodgings via a couple of pleasant hours exploring the Auckland Museum. M, my host, asked me to join her and her friend/neighbour S to go to the pub for a roast dinner. A very pleasant meal helped down with a glass or two of wine. Came back to my room and repacked my luggage.


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Auspicious Aviation Adventures in Auckland

A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury on Apr 21, 2014

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... Motor Park at 46 Bollard Ave, Owairaka 0600, Auckland and if you are looking for a campsite in Auckland then avoid it at all costs!!

The trauma of arriving at this awful motor park meant that we were keen to spend as little time as possible here, so soon after arriving we headed into Auckland itself. Auckland is actually a huge area populated by just 1.5 million people, so while it has a few interesting things to see it seemed to lack ...

Groovy Grape tour

A travel blog entry by billy.mann.7169 on Feb 16, 2014

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... on. At the end of our splendid repast, everyone mucked in to get the washing up done and we were on our way. The Great Ocean Road, along which we were travelling, was built in the years after the First World War by Australian servicemen returning from Europe and other theatres of war. The project was set up to provide employment and training in construction jobs. It was greatly valued by the men who worked on it as a continuation of the "mateship" ...

Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore

A travel blog entry by rachel_ttw on Jan 19, 2014

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... delicious food to visit Rotorua and Waitomo glow worm caves. In Rotorua I visited the agrodome where I learned the ins and outs of sheep shearing, sheepdog trials and met some ostriches. Good preparation for my next placement! I also went to Te Puia, a traditional Maori village to see the world famous geysers. There is so much geothermal activity bubbling under the surface of Rotorua that steam actually emanates from the grates in the road. We were treated to ...

Another day in paradise

A travel blog entry by nettyk4 on Aug 28, 2013

finally back on the bike at lake garda
up to Gargnano (always spell this one wrong) and then back up to St Michelle which is up the hill from mums-nothing too taxing but great views of the lake from up the hill
bit of sitting in the sun-as one must when it finally comes out again and then back to bogliaco for lunch by the lake-fab pasta-probably the best we have had. wandered through ...