Bella Vista Motel Wellington

302-306 Evans Bay Parade, Wellington, North Island, 6021, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 302-306 Evans Bay Parade, Wellington, is near Mount Victoria, Oriental Bay, The Point Sheep Shearing Show, and Massey Memorial.
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    Travel Blogs from Wellington

    A Night in Wellington

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk132 on Jun 04, 2014

    ... Newcastle, so we had a good old-fashioned English shindig and talked and laughed.

    Alas though I knew I had to rise early in the morning for the ferry over to Picton, so when they planned to leave to visit another bar I said my goodbye's. Jordan stayed behind for a while and we chatted about life and getting that 'spiritual kick up the **** putting you in the right direction.' He plans on heading south to ski and was ...

    New Zealand - Day 9 - National Park to Wellington

    A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... at 3 o'clock ready to explore the city. After dropping our bags off at the hotel we enjoyed a walk around the city to enjoy the view from the harbour. Rach attempted to reminisce of her days in Wellington city from her previous New Zealand trip. The Te Papa museum remained but the globe stood outside the front had been removed. After an enjoyable walk around the centre we stopped at a cafe for a taco and chips before returning to the hotel for an early ...

    New Zealand - Wellington

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 30, 2014

    38 photos

    ... found a 5-minute drive from the Parliament. As I already mentioned we actually visited only the lower part of the Wellington Botanic Garden called The Lady Norwood Rose Garden. The Botanic Garden was established in 1868 and managed by the New Zealand institute, which planted the major conifer species. This planting was part of a program to import plant species and assess their economic potential for the new colony. Wellington City Council has managed the garden since 1891, ...

    Waiting to board... Part One

    A travel blog entry by ssmalley on Mar 24, 2014

    ... customs (yes, I can hear some of you laughing from here...). To my credit Duty Free was in sight before I got turned around. I felt very conspicuous walking back through the metal detector under the wary glare of other travelers. So... Here I am, sitting in Wellington airport, waiting for my flight to Auckland to board. I will do another update at Auckland airport. Much love to you all, and missing you already ...

    Weta cave

    A travel blog entry by groteboze on Mar 11, 2014

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    ... way overpriced. Apart from diverse rings, that cost a fortune, there was the contract, that Bilbo signed in part 1 of the Hobbit (and which will probably play a role in the last part), which you could buy for 650$. But they had a lot of nice stuff (see pictures of the shop).

    Inside, there's lots and lots of items that were used in movies that Weta participated in. They showed us the production process for ...