162 Kings of Riccarton

162-166 Riccarton Road, Riccarton, Canterbury, South Island, 8041, New Zealand | Hotel
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Day 164 30.06.14

A travel blog entry by daryl-sophie14


... stuff in there!!). We parked the camper by the harbour and cooked up a little snack in our little kitchen! We topped up the fuel before carrying on north. ...... We finally made it into Christchurch about half 4 and headed towards the Kiwi Holiday Park on Blenheim Road about 5 Km's outside the city centre. We decided to walk down into town, it took us around an hour, we followed Blenheim Road for a good while before walking through Hagley Park towards the ...

Sightseeing today

A travel blog entry by bubblyb23


... Finding a diary was a little difficult but it was a successful search. Yum as good as I remember. Time for a lovely bubbles and plough mans platter at The Speilt Bar. We pick up Kevin and head to do some sightseeing. Firstly to the art piece known as 185 empty chairs. This is a tribute to the 185 lives lost during the earthquake. It is quite moving. Then to the cardboard cathedral. This cost in excess ...

Day 1 Christchurch

A travel blog entry by ozbuckleys

... We took a shortcut through a tunnel about 3/4 of a KM. Then another 2 hours to Akaroa. Desolate landscapes. Soul sucking. By the time we reached French town, the rains had arrived and it was about 6 degrees. We jumped out of the car and went I search of a French bakery and deli for our lunch. No bakery as such, but we found the butchers and he had some lovely produce. We ate lunch near the pier and went back to ...

The journey and opening day!

A travel blog entry by philg


... carefully observing the speed limits - driving is pretty easy over here after navigating Bristol! It is mostly the same rules of the road with right hand drive vehicles! After bit of lunch, Steph, one of her friends, Ngaio, Andrea and I caught the ferry across the bay to Diamond Harbour, there we went for a little walk, had a cider (as you do!) and then walked down to the beach for a swim in that lovely emerald green sea - I use the royal we here! The water was a little cold for ...

Day 16 - Tranzalpine Christchurch to Greynouth

A travel blog entry by dewdsontour


... either side of the Southern alps is different. The highest point of the trip is Arthur's pass, 920 m, and was opened up by Arthur Dobson in 1864. We had a brief photograph stop here. Next we went through the Otira Tunnel which is about 7 km long and 1:33 gradient. The next station was Moana near Lake Brunner which is famous for brown trout. We followed the Grey river into Greymouth and this was a coal mining region and gold mining in the hills ...

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This hotel, located on 162-166 Riccarton Road, Riccarton, is near Earth and Sky, Mona Vale, Rutherford's Den, and Mount Arthur.
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