Farrys Motel / Apartments

575 George St, Dunedin, South Island, 9016, New Zealand | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 575 George St, Dunedin, is near Taieri Gorge Railway, Cadbury World, Otago Settlers Museum, and Olveston.
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    A travel blog entry by erotergum on Jun 14, 2014

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    ... better option. We stopped a few times in different random, small places along the way. I couldn't live anywhere near here - it would drive me mad. Each place is about a road long it consists of a hospital, fire station and ambulance/medical centre, a primary and secondary school, a couple of churches (Catholic and Presbyterian), a couple of cafes and shops, a small super market and a swimming pool if they're lucky. It's absolutely dead. I find it hard to believe people can actually ...

    Dunedin parkrun. Again!

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Mar 01, 2014

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    ... t finished in the top 15) In the afternoon I hopped on an intercity bus to the airport. With a couple of hours spare on my pass, that was by far the cheapest way to get there (cost; around 30 mins off my pass balance, c.$4, as against $20 on a shuttle), and luckily the timing worked, a 1.55 bus dropping me off around 2.30 for a 4.30 flight to Auckland. On Sunday I take off for Hawaii, cross the date line and so land to do Saturday evening all over ...

    Tartan settlers, and penguins

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Feb 26, 2014

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    ... and artefacts from generations of Otago settlers, from a small section on Maori settlers 500 years ago, through the gentle trickle of Scots in the early 19th century, to the rush around the time of the growth in whaling, gold mining and so on. The Museum went practically up to the current day, covering Asian immigrants - and artefacts like a turn of the (20th) century tram, motor vehicles from the first half of the last century, to computers, ...


    A travel blog entry by shoestringkiwis on Feb 09, 2014

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    Quite a social morning in the camp ground kitchen - so many different nationalities ... and food choices. Chicken giblets and rice for breakfast anyone? We stuck to our usual Sunday pancakes and I made a batch of date and white chocolate scones.

    Took a trip out on the Otago Peninsula. Pretty cloudy and cold, but very scenic driving up the harbour side. Tried to see some albatross without paying $40 each for the privilege - no luck, but ...

    North of Dunedin Trips

    A travel blog entry by dianadoone on Jan 15, 2014

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    Monday we drove up to Port Chalmers and Aramoana on the North shore of the harbour. We had made a quick foray down to the beaches South of Dunedin, but, perhaps owing to the lashing rain and wind, we found the area down to Brighton uninspiring and without any of those features which make a coastline interesting even in bad weather. The road up to Aramoana hugged the harbour wall, in similar fashion to the Otago Peninsular low ...