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Amazing place when you've not experienced a double room with a telly since 27th December. Great king-size beds, basic TV channels but they have a lounge with Sky. Got to watch the Man Utd game in the morning. Huge kitchen, everything you need, nice balcony to eat over looking the lake. Countdown and Pack N Save round the corner. Strange though, this place was dead when we stopped there. Only 5 or 6 other guest, great for us, we had free run of the place, not so good if you want a party.
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... returning to pickup cristal and Emily, crossing a road race in the process and being terrified of hitting cyclists chugging up the hill. However no dead cyclists late, we picked up our victorious friends still, thankfully in one piece, and celebrated with cheering and indecisiveness! We then drove to city center- guided by Ellie whom beat Tom Tom on the best route sans cyclists- and got lunch and ice cream from a small New Zealand dairy! (The ice cream was awesome and cheap ...
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roads, windy roads, epic views (yet we have been told this is nothing compared
to the South Island!!).
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