Sunday, sunshine and stopping in Greytown

A mini post about the rest our weekend away.  After our visit to Stonehenge Aotearoa, we drove the sort distance to Greytown, a lovely wee town with a main street full of shops, cafes and mainly Victorian era architecture.

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A tiny bookshop
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Trees on the main street
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A church

We stopped at the Greytown Hotel for lunch, sitting out in the hot sunshine, almost getting burned by the winter sun.  This hotel is credited with being one of New Zealand’s oldest surviving hotels and has a great porch to sit out on in the sun.

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A very tasty venison burger, with a glass of pinot gris

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Another little building

Greytown is a good place to stop off in when in the area, especially if you like browsing  shops and stopping off at cafes.

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