Takapuna Motor Lodge
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTakapuna Motor Lodge
Just loved this stay. Organised. Clean. And Close to a great cafe - The Store - for a wonderful breakfast!
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Travel Blogs from Takapuna
... on in the docks area to create a public area like Cape Town or Sydney, started 15 years ago on the back of the Americas cup it continued for the rugby World Cup and now the cricket however, from a visitors point of view, they have not done a good job. It seems that they have only bothered to create restaurants and bars in the area without otherwise making it ...
... me to this Island and its people. I was met by the daughter of the B and B owner who I later understood was in Chile. I was taken around the town -it didn't take long- to show me the lay of the land so to speak. One Main Street , two ATM's, a church, chemist and a huge new football pitch with astro turf opened by Pele last year dominating the waterfront. There are a few small and sparsely supplied supermarkets but mainly restaurants, cafés and souvenir shops catering ...
As I've blogged a few times on NZ now, I thought it may be useful to give a brief background to the country in case anyone is unfamiliar. New Zealand is made up of two main islands, known simply as the North Island and South Island, with a total landmass slightly bigger than the UK but with a population of just 4.5 million. The sheep population is 40 million so no wonder there are enough sheep jokes here to make a Welshman feel at home. New Zealand is the ...
... the YHA, and got one of their only available jail cells. For $70 we got a room next to the showers with a small window near the ceiling staring out at the wall of the adjacent building. Previous plans were made and we only stayed one night. The next day we spent on the bus heading back to Dannevirke, to hang with Mark for our remaining days.
What a great decision it was. Mark was a superb host and as luck would have it he even had a long weekend while we were ...
... There are windows throughout the centre at children's height, a communal eating area alongside the kitchen for children to come together, even some of the doors are at children's height (one with a warning for adults to 'please watch your head'). As with many children's centres in New Zealand there are children from birth to 5 years of age in family grouping ... Meaning all the children are together, which is more culturally appropriate ...