Heartland Hotel Cotswold
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
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... the sea. Tried our hand in a pub quiz that evening too - came joint first! Only to lose it because our paper-airplane making skills weren't up to scratch... Or maybe it was Alex's throw. July 2nd 2015 We started the day with a walk up the headland between two of the most amazing beaches ever. Unbelievably clear water and the beaches were as described - golden. Today was a long driving day and it took us a while to get into Westport and Bazil's (our hostel). ...
... jabbing at anything that looked like it might release the jammed mechanism. Many expletives ensued and after well over an hour we admitted defeat. We called Jucy who said we could swap the car, however they didn't have a spare one in Dunedin. So, we ended driving straight to Christchurch airport. It wasn't a particularly long drive and they had a replacement vehicle waiting for us. As it happened it all worked out very well. We booked a cheap hostel called Dorset Backpackers ...
... turning up somewhere without any accomodation booked and we got nervous as we drove through streets lined with NO VACANCY signs - we got very lucky to grab a room (slightly poached from someone else who dithered for five seconds too long) and it was actually a pretty nice motel suite where Laura got her own room and we had a nice living space to spend the evening in with a takeaway - Laura's first Nando's!
... Sound, appear and we enjoyed another lovely trip on what must be one of the most beautiful ferry journeys in the world.
We arrived in Picton around 5.30 in the afternoon – a beautiful sunny afternoon. Picton is a glorious little town but I get a good look around on our return, so it was straight down to one of our favourite POP's (Park Over Properties) just outside Picton in a place called Kokomiko (coco meeko) . The South Island never fails to WOW. As ...
... and back to Christchurch via Kaikoura. Originally, we had thought we might ride but full of a head cold and cool weather did not seem that appealing so we took the Jeep. We stayed in a great motel, relatively new with a huge room and monster size bathroom. We spent part of the afternoon wandering around the shops – I found this great shop called Rohm – it was full of all sorts of lovely, original clothing so I could not rest and ended up buying a shirt and dress. The ...