Bella Vista Motel Wellington
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... am also open to trying somewhere new. (Maybe Queenstown?....)
We're slowly discovering all the fantastic food and drink places Wellington has to offer. It doesn't seem to matter where we go out to eat, it's always good. The list of places we want to try is just growing longer by the day! My favourite place that we have discovered so far has to be the Wellington Night Market - Friday nights loads of street stalls, every type of ...
... day parts of the south island can be seen and today there was good weather. while I was there I took in the views and took some photos of the surrounding area. after being there for about half hour I decided to leave and drive to the National War Memorial. while I was there I walked around and saw the carillon, a large musical instrument consisting of at least 23 bells, it towers ...
... which made me feel like I was on a school trip! 'No drinking, no smoking, and the bar is only open between 8-10pm'...no noise, no cooking after 9, no fun etc. etc.!! It was a bland evening and the coldest nights sleep I have ever had, in the worst bed - but I was sharing the room with three other fab girls and we certainly made sure we had a giggle! It made us closer as a group and it was certainly a memorable stop. The next day we went to do a hiking track but it ...
... the Cable Car Museum.
Later we decided to walk around the top of the hill which turned out to be a good idea because we managed to see three observatories:
- Thomas King Observatory. It was opened in 1912 and owned by the Wellington Philosophical Society and was well used in the 1920īs and 30īs for astronomical observations. Since that time little use has been made of the observatory. The observatory was renovated in 1996 and now itīs used for public astronomy ...
... workshops, watching films at the headphone cinema, looking at the colourful clothes, jewellery and crafts stalls, and eating incredible international food from the food stalls. The highlight for us was a band from Zimbabwe, Makoomba, who come from Vic Falls Village, a stone’s throw from where we had been across the border in Zambia. In 2008 they won a music competition, Crossroads, which takes place each year in Africa and the prize is a 3-month tour in Europe. We watched ...