Pomeroy's on Kilmore
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPomeroy's on Kilmore Christchurch
Beautiful place to stay, and very cool looking! The owners were very nice, and there were lots of amenities. And best of all, it's still in the city.
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... pristine alpine lakes, crystal clear rivers and stunning turquoise beaches. The drive from New Zealand's picturesque lake side playground of Queenstown to Glenorchy, is no exception with the road hugging the shoreline of the glorious Lake Wakatipu with its deep blue water and mountain backdrop.
Glenorchy is just a small village with a hotel and a shop but nearby are several walking tracks of which we went on a couple of short hikes into the snow capped mountain scenery.
... seaside village with a French flavor.
Our first stop is St. Peter’s Church, which is an Anglican church. The Catholic Church is at the other end of town as the English and French settlers originally took up land at opposite ends of the town. Next we stopped at the Akaora Museum, which includes the old Court and Customs House. Our last stop was The Giant’s House which was originally built for the first bank manager in the town in 1890 but is ...
... immigtation and customs (not to mention duty free!). And all this turned out to be a breeze compared to the supposedly short journey from the dropoff by our taxi to our caravan park cabin door. The taxi driver, perhaps a bit miffed at only getting a short fare at 10.45pm on a quiet night, decided that when we arrived at the caravan park office to pick up our key, that he couldn’t take us any further (i.e. to our cabin) as he ...
... a hostel. It was only about half 6 in the evening and the place was a ghost town! We spoke to another backpacker and he said at night there is literally nobody around and that the city is still struggling to come back from the earthquake that hit it back in 2010. We eventually found a place to stay and didn't do much with our evening apart from eat ...