Fountain Court Motor Inn Motel

Address: 411 Hastings Street, Napier, North Island, New Zealand | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 411 Hastings Street, Napier, is near Aquarium - Napier, Marine Parade, Hawkes Bay Museum, and Marineland.
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    Travel Blogs from Napier

    Many One-night Stops

    A travel blog entry by happyronin on Mar 29, 2015

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    ... however, we did not know that there were multiple parking lots along the Alexandra road on Mount Victoria. In fact, there were five parking lots in the area!

    The taxi driver dropped us off at the lookout point all the way at the top, and we began to hike around on the nearby trails. After over an hour of trying to find the area and being unsuccessful in identifying the areas we were looking for, we found a map in one of the parking lots and did some deducing ...

    Napier - Art Deco

    A travel blog entry by ruskez on Mar 04, 2015

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    ... some of the most beautiful Art Deco buildings I have ever seen. As we could not check in until 3:00 pm, it was decided to try some of the local wineries. We were recommended The Mission, which is in a stunning building. Not really impressed with the wines but the cellar door was impressive. Onto our next cellar door at Church Road winery where we found a very informative man named Steve who took the time to explain ...

    What are you wineing about?

    A travel blog entry by tourtaidnanny on Jan 28, 2015

    7 photos

    ... grapes until they get ripe and sweet so they leave them alone.
    Another six wines and luckily a cheese board too and we were off to Te Mata Peak.
    Up until then I thought we had been on some steep, windy roads but this one beats them all! From the top we had a 360 degree view of the Napier district and we could see quite clearly the difference that the 1931 earthquake had made. The land was lifted by several metres so what was once sea had ...

    Napier by the sea

    A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Jan 25, 2015

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    ... person like me. So I sat down, flicked out my hair, and gave a full blown rendition of Chop Sticks. I don't think the locals had ever heard anything so good. Well that what I thought their faces were saying. However Steve did suggest we leave quickly before the crowd gets ugly!

    We then walked along the boardwalk and footpath and for us the seaside was the best thing about it. Just sitting on a bench and enjoying the turquoise Pacific ocean view.

    The gardens went on ...

    Thursday 11th

    A travel blog entry by petes.van on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... stereos, the obligatory collection of old skis, and an awful lot of x-box games and consoles. Odd that an x-box is an essential possession for people who are so close to broke, they find themselves having to hock it later. Still I know from experience, it’s a great distraction for someone with a lot of spare time. From here you look straight up at Beacon Hill, where Jan Molinaar the Napier gunman made his last stand. The bullets he fired at police and others landed all ...