Holiday Inn On Avon
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn On Avon Christchurch
Na een lange reis van Kerkrade naar Christchurch via Tokyo was het hotel een prima plek om bij te slapen.
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... and they had a nice warm cabin (surprising since usually I'm cold on airplanes), nice thick pillows which I used to prop up my feet a little higher since I have short legs and nice thick blankets. The food was ok - two hot meals and an unlimited supply of water for the taking next to the galleys. In addition to the safety video at the beginning of the flight they had one about dealing with being on a plane for such an extended period of time. It ...
... are rather lovely.
We stayed at the DOC (Department of Conservation) camp right in the foothills, packed a
rucksack with water, apples and raisins and set off on the Hooker Track – 3 hours there and back. It was a fantastic walk – gravelled path most of the way with some boardwalk over the swampy bits. And it was HOT. Just a slightly hazy blue sky. Around every corner was another stunning view either of the mountain or behind us, through the gap in ...
Despite the rather dismal weather we went for a walk on the Port Hills. Earthquake damage has affected so many things and we initially had trouble getting to the start of the walk due to road closures then found the two information centres and cafe were closed due to earthquake. Good thing we'd packed lunch. We had a very enjoyable walk through native bush listening to a very tuneful Tui bird who'd obviously learnt a whistling sequence from a human. They are very good at ...
... only see it, but to feel it. It's walking around and stopping dead in your tracks because of the sheer beauty of your surroundings. It's your jaw dropping and a "wow" or "oh my god" escaping your lips. It's catching your breath when you spot a pod of dolphins and laughing like a little girl when they start leaping up from the waters, coming down with a big splash! And it's the tears streaming down your face realising you have to leave it all behind. New Zealand ...
... see the most amazing view of the stars (better than we saw at Wanaka). We took a few amateur photos of the night sky, which we thought came out pretty well, so we made the snap decision to drive down to the Church of the Good Shepherd to see if we could replicate the postcard pictures we’d seen. Perhaps unsurprisingly, even as late as midnight we weren’t alone, but we managed to get a couple of good snaps (by our standards) using our Lonely Planet book as a ...