We had a wonderful time on our holiday in Napier, a seaside town. It was renowned for its 1930s architecture which closely resembles the art, then, occasions like Brebner Print Art Deco Weekend in February, Norfolk pines, and other tourist attractions. The Mediterranean climate supports it. We stayed at Quality Hotel Emerald. One may even stay at Shoreline Motel that offers direct access to the beach and costs around $73.
Places to visit
We explored Deco Center for Art located at the Tennyson Street that had people who loved vintage vehicles, dress – up costumes, music, and varieties of planes. The Trust for the center helps in securing the architecture of the town. It adds a class for the city while in a place where the high – street chains are common and rife. We went to Shed 2, a local favorite where the mains are around $25. Also, Mexi Mama served terrific Mexican fare, which included margaritas where mains priced about $17. The locals satisfy their Friday drink with the restaurant such as Gin Trap.
The next day we took a relaxing breakfast at Mister D, again located on the Tennyson Street along with a garden and a pantry serving excellent food and tasty coffee. Then we went to Museum Theatre, which had a fascinating exhibition on the earthquake history and local culture along with the center. Its entry fees were $10 for adults and free for children. From there, we wandered the Parade Marine and the main aquarium present in New Zealand. It had terrific projects for saving seafood kiwis, fishes, etc. The entry fees were $20 and $10 for children while $54 for a four-member family.
IT is recommended to visit this place for at least four days.