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Vacations in Auckland are something special for every tourist. Whether you want to explore its Polynesian culture, urban life, challenging adventures, or the magnificent beaches, the City of Sails offers great places to stay. Auckland Accommodation is an unforgettable experience with attractive bed and breakfast options. Enjoy your stay at Amersham House, located in Parnell, within minutes from the city center. Bedrooms with spectacular harbor views, a private sauna and heated pool or delicious breakfast made with fresh fruits and home baked goods, is what you will find in here. This is an area where you never get bored, as this suburb is just a short walk from major attractions you will find in Auckland.

The Amersham House is located close to the Auckland Museum, where you can discover New Zealand’s history and Maori treasures. The oldest park in the city, Auckland Domain sits on an extinct volcano crater and is home to the Victorian-style Wintergardens, a popular choice for wedding photos. Another romantic picnic spot is the Parnell Rose Garden, where you can discover barbecues, lots of roses and beautiful port views.

There are plenty of stores and markets, where fresh vegetable and interesting goods from around the globe are offered. Wander through La Cigale French Market on weekends, for French cheese, bread and spices. Popular for its boutiques and art galleries, Parnell is ideal for designer clothing, handmade jewelry, house items and art shopping.

Take a stroll on the main street for some of the best restaurants and cafes in the Parnell village such as Blue Elephant Restaurant, Casa del Gelato, etc. Satisfy your taste buds with international and local cuisine like Thai, Japanese, Indian and more. At night, the lively atmosphere in pubs will get you ready to party. As Auckland’s beauty is famous all around the world, be prepared to enjoy life to the fullest.

He later reverted to Ducket, as shown by the June 1814 Quarter Muster but apparently was discharged as Duckworth on the 4th August 1814. Then, in 1814 Dorothea gave birth to Robert Francis in Vittoria, Spain, who as Duckard married and had two children, in Edinburgh, then reverted to Duckworth for the remainder of his children and as Duckworth immigrated to New Zealand in 1849.

Confirmation of the above was sought and found in 1992 in London and Edinburgh although reason for the change of surname was not found as of this time we have no record of where and when Robert and Dorothea lived or died after his discharge, maybe Edinburgh. Notes from Surnames of Scotland. G.Black SS 929.4 p207 Territorial origin from the land of Deuchar in the lordship of Fern/Fearn in Angus.