Discovery Sherwood Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiscovery Sherwood Hotel Queenstown
This is another good place to stay, the usual high standards of cleanliness and appointment in a larger than usual room. The reception is very helpful with suggestions for getting the long way into the town proper.
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My day started out how most days do - CrossFit. I love Friday CrossFit sessions as there's always a fun group WOD involved. I arrived in good time and practiced my double unders which I still have yet to conquer. After the warm up (which was hideous) we had to hold the plank while the person on the end jumped over everyone and when everyone completed jumping over everyone we could come out the plank. If we dropped it though we had a 10 burpee ...
... snowboard and got on a bus which took you straight to the snow fields it cost $10 but it dropped me straight at the snowfeild. The trip was very bumpy but the bus was really nice inside and everyone on the bus was really friendly.
I went to the counter a bought a ski lift pass which lasted the whole week so if I came back I could just go ...
... in the end. It was kind of nice to be back, everyone said hello this time and said it was great that I was back. I guess you've got to lose what you've got to realise what you had - Channing was definitely excited to see me. Well as they say - distance makes the heart grow fonder...haha! So excited to see Dais when she finishes work and we will most definitely be going out for some dinner tonight. I'm absolutely cream crackered but intend on defying this jet lag once more! Ero Tergum ...
... some coffee was bought! We also saw salmon traps, and visited a small shop selling smoked salmon!
We visited a number more viewpoints included a sharp bend in the river called 'Meg's Roar' and then stopped at a vineyard called Gibbston Valley for lunch. Here we had delicious pasta and an amazing sharing platter, that included homemade hummus, meats, cheeses and even homemade butter!
We finally reached Queenstown at about 3 30pm and parked and plugged in Louis in a cute little ...
... stick it out and do my best working with the 25 I knew I could do at least three of. We had 10 minutes to get as many reps in as we could. The first minute of power snatches went well, I think I got 5 then the minute of over head squats did not go well. I had the 25kg above my head, went down to squat and not sure whether my back bent or my knees caved in but I fell to the floor and the weight came crashing down. It was at this point I knew I'd gone for a way to heavy ...