Greenlane Manor Motel

353 Great South Rd. Greenlane, Auckland, New Zealand
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Auckland in December!

by italmelb

Hello All!

As well as my Wellington trip in June, I am also busy planning my 5th round the world trip in December and I have decided to stop in Wellington for two days!

Given the short amount of time, what do you suggest I visit and how should I spend my time there? Is it worth doing the walk over the bridge? What are some nice places from where I could take lovely photos of the skyline?

Any suggestion is greatly welcomed! (even for restaurants, coffee places, etc!)

Auckland in December!

by kiwi

>I am also busy planning my 5th round the world trip in December and I have decided to stop in Wellington for two days!

You say you are planning to stop in Wellington, and then you ask about the Walk over the bridge. This walk is in Auckland.
So, which city are you asking about? I realise your post title does say Auckland.

Re: Auckland in December!

by italmelb

sorry it was a typo

it is Auckland I am talking about :)

Re: Auckland in December!

by vtveen

Two days in Auckland:
- one day visit the highlights of Auckland (see http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Australia_and_Oceania/New_Zealand/North_Island/Auckland_Region/Auckland-1884091/TravelGuide-Auckland.html)
- other day visit drevonport and/or Rangitoto (or one of the other islands in the Hauraki Gulf) by boat. Enjoy the lovely views of downtown Auckland.

happy travels
Jaap

Auckland in December!

by kiwi

It is difficult to recommend as everyone likes different things.
Kelly Tarltons is worth a visit, not only for the sharks and rays, but also for the King Penguins which are very impressive and stand about 3 ft tall.
A drive up One Tree Hill is nice, and also Mt Eden, where you get to see the views as well as the well formed crater.
THere is an Ice Bar, called Minus 5, on Princes Wharf downtown, if you haven't been to one of these before, novel but expensive.
Skytower is a must for great views, and I do recomment the Orbit restaurant for lunch. It rotates so you view 360deg while you eat.
I love a drive along Tamaki Drive, even take a bus if you don't have a car. Lovely coastal city route.
IT's a city, there's lots of things to do. Grab the city info book at the airport as you arrive.
Enjoy your stay.

Re: Auckland in December!

by Kakapo2

You can also do THE walk over the bridge in Wellington. It is called City-to-Sea Bridge, and the walk takes about one minute without photo stops ;-)

You should also have a look at some VT pages, there is so much listed for Auckland.

Travel Tips for Auckland

Studing English

by aeroarce

I get to this city to learn English, andI get in Love with the people and its open mentallity. In this land Now body is from here and that makes it a very cosmopolitan and cultural center. you have asians, europeans, americans and Islands people, and as kiwi people say Prisioners went to Australian and Missioners came to New Zealand, that means that Maori where not reppressed as the Australians aborigins, and with Waitangi traty they signed a peace to live in peace. Understanding and Respect are the words for the people that lives here. Its views from any of its hills, and the good friends I made there.

Whangarei

by dragontml

Pronouced as ' Far-n-ga-ray '

Where the city meets the sea, that's where you'll find Whangarei, Maori translation for "Cherished Harbor", is sited on a tidal river just above the harbor.

A two hour drive north of Auckland, is this medium-sized, laid back city at the top of the North Island.

I only managed to pass this scenic city while on the Magic Bus returning from Paihia to Auckland. From what I saw, a great place to have some R&R !

Sending a card to someone at home?

by allikat about Passion for Paper

Passion for Paper is devoted entirely to the sending of cards, the writing of letters, the inviting to parties and the wrapping of gifts. You can find some really original cards and paper here, and some absolutely beautiful wrapping paper for that special gift you bought for someone back home, as well as leather bound address books and travel journals. I loved the writing pad with a map of the world colour washed onto the sheets.

Driving

by keeweechic

Getting around Auckland is fairly easy. Driving is on the left, the roads are in good conditions and streets are easily sign posted. The freeways (motorways) are not huge either as some overseas cities but they do get very congested during peak times so they are best avoided then. Parking can get fairly expensive in the city car parks.

Hugo's Frog Bar

by keeweechic

This informal wine bar is located on a busy corner in Newmarket. Along with wines, they also serve local brews, including Rangitoto Beer on tap and good food. Hugos is popular with the office crowd and shoppers and is a great spot for relaxing with a drink.

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