Equestrian Hotel

Address: 6 Tower St, Christchurch, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 6 Tower St, Christchurch, is near Corsair Bay, Waimairi Beach, Trent's Estate Vineyard, and Mount Arthur.
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Travel Blogs from Christchurch

Travel Living

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Feb 08, 2015

1 comment

... little further in my planning of that part of the trip which was good.

Around lunchtime I was getting pretty hungry so I decided to make that foray out to the Pak'N'Save, a good thirty minutes walk from the hostel. It was pretty far and I was fairly hungry but I eventually made it. Pak'N'Save is one of the cheap grocery places here; it's looks like a Costco or Sam's Club but has smaller size items too (not everything is in bulk). And there's ...

Back to the Mainland

A travel blog entry by brixhambertie on Jan 14, 2015

77 photos

... to the Rail yard at the bottom for onward transportation to the ships at Westport.. The incline itself was around 1.7 km in two sections and the coal carrying wagons could reach speeds of up to 80k (fairly interesting aye – to quote my friend Dave!). The road is 8k from the bottom to the top – although there are a good few S bends! The coal apparently is of exceptionally high quality and used not so much for burning as to make carbon fibre. Those of you who ...

Chapter 9: Goodbye My Kiwi Bus, Goodbye My Friends

A travel blog entry by jbishop1991 on Dec 14, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... garments, before Harriet, Charlotte and myself took a stroll in Hagley Park, across the road. Naturally, conversation fell onto travels and where we'd like to go next, which also nicely included an appreciation by all of us of the UK and the things to do there! I know I was so lucky as a child to travel all over the UK in my parents caravan, that so many don't get the opportunity to do so. One location that was brought up, and which has been brought up a lot actually ...

Happy Birthday, Catherine!

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Nov 28, 2014

12 photos

... br> After Mark's day at work, he picked me up with a BEAUTIFUL bouquet of peonies, lillies (and another pink flower) and we drove over the Port Hills towards Lyttleton and Governor's Bay. I had no idea where we were going, but despite the rain clouds, the view was beautiful. We wound up and down the treacherous port hill roads until we leveled back onto sea level roads in Governor's Bay. Unable to keep the secret any longer, Mark spilled the beans as ...

Aotearoa - Land of the Long White Cloud: Part 1

A travel blog entry by kels-and-oli on Nov 18, 2014

112 photos

... travelling. This blog will be a take you on an overview of our 'Vera Adventures' journey of South Island. We set off from the depot and before not to long we quickly began to witness the dramatic transition from the gentle farmland north of Christchurch to the Kaikoura coastline. Grassy hills gave way to rugged, snow capped mountians that soar above the main road on one side, and the crystal blue sea is a mighty presence on the other. Having not got the camper until late afternoon it ...