Heartland Hotel Cotswold
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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We took a turn round the botanic garden and in the Canterbury museum to see Fred and Myrtle's front room from their home, decorated with Paua shells and a shrine to Kiwi kitsch Kiwiana. There was also T-Shirts Unfolding, a celebration of the T-shirt, with a huge collection of display, together with history and quirky facts such as a cotton T shirt was regulation ...
... Cloudy Bay in the distance but it didn't look much like the wine of the same name.
We passed downhill following the Alpine Fault. Two continental plates are travelling in opposite directions at about the same rate that your fingernails grow. It makes for some interesting landscape.
We had to stop at Arthur's Pass to collect 3 more engines to pull us through the 8th longest tunnel in the world. Oscar would recognise the ...
It IS a happy new year as we finally have Internet! Yes, it may be our landlord's connection and not our own, but at least I no longer have to visit the library to catch up on life in the USA.
Mark, my mom and I arrived home from Sydney, Australia late last ...
... of our trip was certainly an incredible one. Once again we managed to see nature in all its wonders, from mountains, to bright blue lakes, rivers and valleys. However, we were also given the chance to see the not so good results of nature; Christchurch. It was incredibly sad to see such destruction to an obviously lovely city, and we hope that in time the reworks continue, and the city is restored to its fantastic self once more!
Throughout our ...
... that have been demolished are now gravel car parks. Lots of them. It only costs $4 (£2) to park for the whole day. It has to be the cheapest city in the world to park in.
Some plots of land however are being taken over by the community. Little gardens, markets, music stages and artwork add life to what would otherwise be a baron landscape.
Some of the buildings that still stand are frozen at that point in time when the earthquake struck. Cafes with ...