Catelli's of Taupo
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Exactly what you want in a motel room, it was clean and tidy with a decent kitchen and a heater which actually warmed the room. We also scored a room with a small gsarden out the back..this was lovely and we wish it had stopped raining so we could use it!
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... in their little cinema room. We were woken up by the rain hammering our campervan in the morning, another rainy day it seemed. The rain ended our chances of doing a skydive in Taupo. We wanted to do it here because apparently the views are amazing of the lake and the surrounding mountains but we've decided we'll do it over the Great Barrier Reef instead. I suppose that won't be a bad place to do it either! Rain Jackets on, we decided we'd brave the rain and walk around ...
... 1504;ה וחצי שלא סימנו אז החלטנ 93; לשמור אותה בסיר שקנינ 93;. חזרנו לחדר ראינו טלויז 97;ה והלכנ 93; ...
We awoke very cold in our campervan nestled at the side of a river. During the night the temperature had dropped considerably and my toes were freezing. It took a lot of strength to get ourselves out of bed. Breakfast was eggs again. Then, first stop - the thermal hot spa and terraces at the top of Taupo. The hot mineral baths cost $25 each, a pittance to pay for defrosting our bodies and nourishing our skin with a plethora of ...
... we were already in bed. They were up early again the next morning though and on the red wine at 9am. So do you now have a picture in your head of a group of youngsters? Wrong, They were all around 55/60 years old!
They had more stamina than us.
Jody got chatting to one of them and we talked about where were heading. The woman said there was a memorial statue to her great great great (not sure how many greats here) Grandmother. Apparently she was the first ...
... completed in - wait for it - 1980 - impressive none the less. One of the features of the lake are its black swans which look rather strange in my eyes. They are like swans but not quite. In the afternoon, we went to Wairakei thermal health spar. On arrival, we were informed that "our stones have been interfered with". I thought having your stones interfered with didn't sound that bad but we ...