Cable Court Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... afternoon the clouds appeared and the forecast thunderstorm is not long away. Dunedin gave us the 'homecoming feeling' although 35 years since we were in NZ living and working. Even though Dunedin was a first for us, it was comfortable and familiar, except for the 'piper' who played at the city shuttle stop! Tomorrow we arrive in Akaroa and we are meeting some retired officers friends for the day. Trust you are all ...
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... something good while we were moving. We were oohing and aahing all the way, out along the shore and back along the Highcliff Road.
We visited the Albatross Centre at the extreme end of the peninsula but chose not to do the tour as there were only going to be 5 birds nesting, with no guarantee of seeing any flying and showing their size.
Instead we did a self guided tour of Larnach Castle, New Zealand's only castle. William Larnach built the castle for his ...
Even without fireworks, I would not trade this Fourth of July with any other! Want to know why? What else better to do than to spend your day strolling about town with a warm breeze and temperature in the low 50s! With a cloud free sky and the sun shining brightly, I walked with all smiles and happiness beside my friend from Etown and my flatmate from Germany, Elsa! Dunedin is a very hilly city, so we took our time walking up to the tops of hills to get a good look out into the city ...
... yesterday's storm so we hired 'travel bands' for sea sickness. They apparently work on pressure points, rather like acupuncture does. The boat was crowded as a coach full of people had come in from Christchurch. They were all British and on a tour as they were flying tomAustralia that evening. First the skipper of the boat explained how Akaroa Harbour was formed from two volcanic craters about 6 million years ago and following the effect of weather ...