Bella Vista Motel Palmerston North

Address: 172-174 Fitzherbert Ave, Palmerston North, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 172-174 Fitzherbert Ave, Palmerston North.
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Travel Blogs from Palmerston North

First weekend out of Nga Tawa

A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Feb 14, 2015

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This weekend I stayed at Shannon's house.

It is a beautiful old timber/wood house. I like the

architecture of their widows!

Friday afternoon we arrived at her house. And

I will stay the whole weekend with her family.

They have a black Labrador. His name is Raili and

he is about two years old. And ...

Rotorau museum

A travel blog entry by niah on Nov 10, 2014

We went to the museum which was an old bath house that used the springs to fill the pools and people were subscribed two weeks of having treatment until it started to be proved that it had no effect so it shut down and later on it was turned into a museum. There was a room that was on a person that did amazing wood work thing including lamp shades out of one shape. After wards we went for a walk and it was very stinky as we were walking along the sulphur ...

Be strong, aim high and be courageous!

A travel blog entry by kerrynjones on Jul 07, 2014

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... with the children and teachers connected to where they are from. Where a person comes from, their iwi, ancestors, family and place, is significant to a strong identity and so this map represents the centre's honoring of identity. On the third wall is a representation of a marae, with photographs of the teachers and children underneath, symbolising that everyone here at this centre is part of a family. Over and again it continues to strike me how many ...

Abel Tasman Coastal Track!

A travel blog entry by cedarposte on Mar 03, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... beaches and coves.

We chose not to do the complete tramp but enjoy part of it. There just isn't enough time to do all. Darn!
This tramp is the most popular of all the walks, and can be done in many ways. The water taxi companies can pick and drop off passengers and kayaks at the many pickup/drop off points. Some choose, ...

Heading North

A travel blog entry by philg on Feb 16, 2014

Good morning! Yesterday was a verrrry long day. We were up and out at 5.05am to catch the ferry. It was a tricky drive as it was pitch black for most of it along winding mountain roads. Fortunately we didn't get stuck behind anything really slow or that would have really caused a big problem. We got to the ferry terminal at about the right time, not too long to wait but neither too long to have to be miles down the queue! We were soon loaded onto the ferry and decided ...