The Classic Villa

Address: 17 Worcester Blvd, Christchurch, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on 17 Worcester Blvd, Christchurch, is near Canterbury Museum, The Court Theatre, Peacock Fountain, and The Arts Centre.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Christchurch

    Kiwis up the Khumbu

    A travel blog entry by bj.shari.nepal on Apr 05, 2015

    3 comments

    ... of NZ dollars and decide it's really not worth it other than for the entertainment. The trekking part of our trip started at 4am in the hotel lobby on Friday 3rd. We were booked on the first flight to Lukla (thanks to the airline being owned by Phrenje's - our sherpa - wife's uncle. The domestic departures terminal is partly under construction so the first queue was in a construction site with a few dogs and monkeys roaming around. Finally on the plane, we ...

    A new country!

    A travel blog entry by glesme on Mar 21, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    Arrived late into Christchurch and went through passport control, did the automated machine, no stamp - nooooooooo! Collected our bags and declared our wood in our bags to the NZ customs and were on our way! Time to explore a new country.  By the time we arrived at our hostel it was about 2.30am NZ time, & with the the 3 time changes in 3 days we weren't tired and struggled to sleep. Finally fell asleep but meant it was ...

    Putting things into perscpecitve

    A travel blog entry by amzellen on Feb 17, 2015

    2 photos

    ... actually means in reality. Just driving through the town was weird. It was like there used to be a lively city as you could see remanence of buildings but it was literally shaken and the vibe has gone. Unless you go and find things it doesn't seem like much has happened, just that its a bit of a run down town. There were empty land plots where there used to be homes or buildings or things and in some places graffiti everywhere. You can see they are ...

    Here we come New Zealand 1

    A travel blog entry by vardamoshe1 on Feb 12, 2015

    4 photos

    ... to serve the brave souls that stayed over night like us. We signed up for yet another penguin tour the Pohatu Penguin Colony. The tour took us to a private farm where the owner took upon herself to protect a small colony of blue penguins. Since it was late in the season and most penguins were molting we hardly saw any. She had one in rehab next to her house, we saw a couple more for a second in a man made burrows the volunteers and workers built for ...

    Quake City

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 01, 2015

    175 photos

    ... businesses have moved out to the suburbs. We visited Quake City Museum and it was so tragic to watch the video of the locals talking about their experience of the quake. One that really struck me was a woman who was in the city and was headed to meet her husband when the quake hit. She dropped to the ground and could just cover her head and watch as the pavement acted like a wave beneath her body. She got up and looked at a woman sat on a park bench and asked ‘What was ...