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... rolling on the surface of the water. We circled back to try to get a picture but the seal dove under the water. We got back to the boat ramp around 12:00 noon. When we got back, Susan and Miranda were busy making lasagne for tea tonight. We had some meat pies for lunch. They were delicious. After lunch, we tried to help Chappy with the chores which included unloading the fishing gear from the boat, washing down both the camper van, boat and ...
... the Ladies Love Taildraggers group, including several featured Pam Conolly's book on NZ women of the air.
We spent a few hours at the Aero Club at the end of the day hanging out and enjoying the conversation of the local pilots before finding our B&B for the night. Our room at Leonards Vineyard Cottages turned out to be even better than the web site. A lovely old vineyard/farm just minutes from the Omaka airfield, complete with ...
... around and bought food from the 7/11 then saw amazing office environment at Xerox slides and chill outs like the Google offices back in London ( i love checking out other countries design.... Beautiful!) back to the car for chris to get changed and then to find a coffee... It would be sooo much nicer if it was sunny! Oh well! So we found the local museum of new zealand and wandered in .. It was free and dry and gad a cafe. We wandered around and chris had see. A sign ...
... Friday. Two days we had done contract work again, once bud robbing and once wire lifting. The other two days I was paid hourly for bud robbing. Last week our group has been split some days and Stephany (my American roommate) Vincent (german workmate) and I thought that we won´t work on Friday, but luckily our supervisor got a call in the morning that workers are needed for the day in the Lolly factory. So we spent our day there ...
We woke in our king size bed, showered in the walk in shower, used up all the tea and sugar, ate our cereals and checked out of the Wellington travel lodge. Not a bad place but £15 for internet must make it one of the most expensive places in the world. We had time to kill in the morning before our 13.30 ferry check in and because it had free wifi we ended up back at the museum, but this time in the cafe, not the car ...
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The Lugano provides a great base for your adventures in Marlborough. Centrally located, yet not in the hustle and bustle of downtown Blenheim.
Across the road is the beautiful Seymour Square, a lovely picturesque park, with colourful flowers, trees and park benches, all overlooked by the clock tower and fountain. A short stroll and you are in the middle of town with wonderful shopping, cafes, bars and restaurants.
The accommodation is spacious, clean and comfortable.
The management and staff are friendly and extremely helpful.
A perfect location for a weekend getaway.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.