place. Only the best city in New Zealand! Struth! From the beehive-shaped legislative buildings to the furnicular railroad that takes you down to the cricket rink there is little about Wellington that won't stop your heart with its grandeur.
Taken off the natives by enterprising Europeans in the seventeenth century, Wellington was rapidly developed into a pasture for sheep.
Rugby is played a bit but the terrain isn't really favourable and the people are more likely to follow lawn bowling or rounders.
Wellington is nearly as pretty as Christchurch and, with a good bit of work, could be as interesting as Auckland.
Without the first-class rugby.