Beaches Motor Inn

Address: 71 Tahunanui Drive, Nelson, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 71 Tahunanui Drive, Nelson, is near World of Wearable Art and Collectable Car Museum, Lake Rotorua, and Jens Hansen Gold and Silversmith.
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    Travel Blogs from Nelson

    2 weeks in the Sunny City

    A travel blog entry by thedreamteam on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... took the most expensive taxi ride of my life to my hostel and settled into my bed for the next 2 weeks. The hostel was so nice, it's like a little home. Breakfast is provided in the mornings and at 8pm every night there's free chocolate pudding and ice cream. No matter how many times you tell yourself you aren't going to have any still do. It's so hard to resist. I seriously enjoyed my time there and met a lot of fellow travelers, it was a very sociable ...

    Not Intent on Arriving

    A travel blog entry by tayrae on Jun 01, 2014

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    "A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving." -€“ Lao Tzu

    Plans. Sometimes they are good; they give us purpose and direction, something to focus on and guide us through life. In my childhood, I adopted my mother's punctuality, excellent organizational skills and plan-making tendencies. As an adolescent, I was a perfectionist in every sense of the word. This worked well for me, until I realized it didn’t. Over time ...

    Day at the Abel Tasman National Park

    A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Mar 28, 2014

    13 photos

    ... California. New Zealand has been struggling to reverse the effects of the non-native species introduced by early settlers. The English brought oak trees, the Americans brought pines, and the French brought poplars. These trees have overtaken much of the habitat needed by the NZ native red pine and beech trees, as well as much of the shrub species that make up the bush on the hillsides. Likewise, settlers introduced ...


    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Mar 04, 2014

    85 photos

    ... town. It was also home to two cats, much to Lynds' delight; one, a rather rotund, black cat; the other, a petrified, tabby kitten.

    Our first day in Nelson was spent walking around the town, with its quirky little shops and arcades. I also particularly enjoyed the Nelsonian themes throughout: Trafalgar Street and Hardy Street being my favourites, though probably less so for the French ...


    A travel blog entry by journeyer on Feb 23, 2014

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    We make our way to the wine tasting area and meet Sara Booth. She takes us through a tasting of three reislings from 3 – 12- 45 g/L of residual sugar. One is so sweet it’s like a desert wine. At the other end is the most dry we have ever tasted. We purchase the 12g/L that has a description “lime and mandarin citrus linger in the mouth with ...