Fitzherbert Regency

Address: 250 Fitzherbert Avenue , Palmerston North, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 250 Fitzherbert Avenue , Palmerston North.
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    Back to school

    A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Oct 11, 2015

    ... flight we bought ours together but then this... Anyway, the stewardess was so nice and swapped a seat for me so I could sit next to Zoe. When we arrived at school we were lucky again because someone opened the boarding house only for us so we could move in our new ...


    A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Mar 08, 2015

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    We were at a Dressage Spectacular. We watched really good dressage riders!

    Firsts there was a competition for young horses like 4, 5, 6 years. They were ridden by an Olympia rider and got marks for how they walked. The next ...

    Napier & Hastings

    A travel blog entry by ruthweeden on Nov 28, 2014

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    We left Taupo. This morning heading for Napier. An Art Deco town rebuilt after an earthquake in February 1931. I have said before that some of the towns were dated not in a good way, this town was classy. We walked the route suggested around the shops and stopped for a lunch at Starbucks not exactly Art Deco but hayho. We then went to Hawkes Bay museum and art gallery, where we watched a film of local people who had experienced the earthquake. Unfortunately ...

    Back home, better late then never.

    A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on May 24, 2014

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    ... and should be must sees of any visit.

    Perhaps one of the most interesting things was being able to see the contempt with which the government treats its people. Whether that is the closing of a road with no warning so that a 'VIP' can avoid the traffic, the military closing the airspace around a civilian airport or just the censorship and obviousness biased reporting of the ...

    Week 8: Reconnecting

    A travel blog entry by epbrody on Mar 09, 2014

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    ... and history which is the outgrowth of the Manawatu Museum spearheaded by Bruce's late wife, Mina. She was a driving force in the establishment of the museum. Mina was the only Jewish Maori person we ever knew, and she worked tirelessly for causes connected to both aspects of her heritage. She is greatly missed.

    In the evening we went to dinner at the home of David and Lyn Broad. They are Francophiles, and Lyn ...