Fitzroy Beach Motel

Address: 25 Beach Street, New Plymouth, North Island, 4312, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on 25 Beach Street, New Plymouth, is near Pukekura Park, Mt.Egmont, Puke Ariki, and Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.
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        The Last Word(s)

        A travel blog entry by npbhsinvietnam on Jul 12, 2015

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        ... the final word!
        Even though I have done this trip a few times now, it never ceases to amaze me how good NPBHS students can be on trips such as these. They are able to look at the places we travel to through a range of different lenses; they are able to enjoy the activities and get involved, but also to see things from a geographic perspective and as a student of tourism. They are able to interact with a range of different people ...

        Fire alarms, Treasure Island and Ice Hockey

        A travel blog entry by on Apr 01, 2015

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        ... Tony Wells, hailing from Christchurch and Northland's Going brothers have a strong affiliation with the club.

        More on the club when we come back in a couple of days.

        Treasure Island, where the club is located, was built in the 1930s for the World Trade Fair and is an ex Naval base it is on reclaimed land which is currently sinking. They need to raise the whole island by 6 inches at a cost of 3 billion ...

        New Plymouth

        A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Feb 08, 2015

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        ... old reading book can evoke. The wild life of NZ , the volcanic landscape and near extinction of the wakaku bird were all exhibited. I really liked the audio visual display of the successive volcanoes erupting and then subsiding and began to understand the landscape formations that much more. We drove next to Taranaki visitors centre where we learnt about the role of Mount Taranaki or Mt Egmont as the training ground for future mountaineers including ...

        A day with Nolan Belcher

        A travel blog entry by mariamia7 on Dec 30, 2014

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        ... often thought were caves and would go to check it out. So those at home can try and envision the beach where we ran it looks much like the beach where the Penvensies played at in the prince Caspian but with black sand. Michael and I walked over stones and rocks looking at uneventful tide-pools and found a big rock where we stood on top and did our victory stance from Rocky. We ran back to find mom and dad stretching after a few squats and lunges and we ...

        San Francisco day one.

        A travel blog entry by jeffkimlucas on Oct 22, 2014

        ... remember deliverance! Place was called Hill Country BBQ meats. Bought BBQ meat for your sandwich by the half pound, drank out of preserving jars and finished off with cornbread. Nice. No plates just brown paper. Walked it off in afternoon. Frightening thing is the beer is nice so the not drinking as planned isn't happening. Day 13 Monday Hop on hop off bus. Heard commentary on all the monuments we saw the day before, saw the pentagon and Arlington cemetery which is huge, all grave ...