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
TripAdvisor Reviews Heartland Hotel Cotswold Christchurch
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... the morning, in our room I could feel the vibration, sheeesh. Heart pounding - remember I stress over the unknown - then I hear huge gush of water and realise the people above us where having a spa bath at that ungodly hour, well maybe the earth was moving for them.
So, it was wet when we set off to drive the 1.1km to the coffee shop, took us 20 minutes on a Sunday morning - and this was when the All Blacks were playing ...
... region and what changes are being made too. We also watched a documentary where people who survived the tragedy shared there stories. As you can imagine that was really depressing to listen to. Can't imagine what they all felt. Then we met Andy for dinner-Burger Fuel. Thanks goodness he picked us up at the hotel, as with all these one way streets and closed roads we'd never have found him. Final consensus: Ferg burger is better than Burger ...
... through the rain to another Thai restaurant. This one was really frantic and jam packed full of Asian tour groups. We didn’t want to brave the rain again however so we decided to stay there. The food was pretty good but the service was understandably slow. By the time we’d finished eating and made it back to our hotel, it was time to pack for our onward journey.
The following day we caught the TranzAlpine train to Greymouth. The scenery was beautiful. We ...
... is good that none of you are here with us as I think we must have island fever! Walked along the river to the Botanic Gardens and browsed their shop and the display rooms showing the history of the gardens, which was all very interesting. Unfortunately we had to make a hasty exit as a mum behind us asked her child if she wanted "fush and chups or ham" for lunch! OMG! I kid you not, do they do this on purpose to us!?!? It was only 10.30 ...
Another glorious day again, with wall to wall sunshine. The ship anchored this morning in Akaroa Harbour Bay and tenders were used to transport us to the main town wharf (cruise ships are anchoring here since Christchurch's port of Lyttelton was damaged by an earthquake). At the wharf, the four of us got on a catamaran for a guided wildlife tour to see endangered Hector's Dolphins, New Zealand Fur Seals and ...