The road from Queenstown to Greenoch is one of the most beautiful roads ever traveled, and it is definitely more beautiful than the town itself. We saw view point along the way and had places to park we all stopped as much as possible and also walked a bit up a small earth slope at one point. There is a place called little paradise along the way, definitely not to be missed! It is a collection of cafes, hotels, museums, gardens, and the owners are extra charge if they just visit the gardens. The gardens are very large and built according to the mountains. Once in the yard, you hear some animal calls, and you discover that the gardens not only have plants, but also have peacocks and turkeys. Part of the attraction of the trip was the flowers in New York, because the early summer was sunny. From the wild, wild yellow cormorants of the mountains to the walls of the various colors of the seagulls, to the giant roses of all varieties that hold your skirts and corners, you can't walk at all. The garden of little paradise is huge, and if it wasn't for arrows, I would have lost my way here. Winter can wear very bloated upper body, a large fur-shaped sweater quite warm. But the lower body can not wear too much, a body-sculpting underwear is a good choice.