Gwendoline Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had a roast pork hamburger, which doesn't sound a lot bur was very filling.
Walked over to the Lakeside for coffee after. Home for a quiet afternoon before our evening show. I imagined it would be similar to our Starstruck School Spectacular but this was almost all instrumental. Very polished it was too. Selections from Souza to Vivaldi, plus a couple of ...
Your reaction going to an Agrodome Sheep Show? Well, we groaned. The tour buses were lined up. We already saw one sheep sheared. What could possibly be newly entertaining here? It was the MC. He was a comedian. Engaged the audience, spoofed the audience, talked to the sheep and made us laugh! We learned about the 12 different types of sheep, watched the MC sheer a sheep in less than two minutes, learned about dog herders (they used ducks in the ...
... soon forgot to hold their noses and were keen to explore.
So despite the odd rain shower, we continued on the beautifully maintained paths and boardwalks twisting through the bush to vantage points above the pools and streams and deep caves all the way to the end. The sun even shone through ragged holes in the clouds from time to time. We were well protected from any wind in the valley, and Darius and Olivia continued to enjoy and exclaim at each ...
... 40) per adult. We have to admit to being impressed by the set and how well it was done. They have avoided the temptation of having Hobbits or Orks popping up at every opportunity and they have just focused on presenting the hobbit holes and village in a rustic and charming way and very true to the books. The highlight was a mug of Ale at the Green Dragon Inn. We could imagine we were sitting where Frodo and his mates had been. On our return to Rotorua we visited ...
... something different and go and find Rotorua's Redwoods. The lady at reception had given us a shortcut so off went the intrepid explorers. After a few scratching of heads we found the trail and wandered in. We found them, couldn't really miss them, they are huge they planted 4000 in New Zealand in the 20's and 40's but only about 400 are left and some of those are in Rotorua. A lot of the ones here were planted in 1910 and they can live for 600 to 2000 years in ...