All Seasons Christchurch
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... instead by the safety measures they went to. BJ's seatbelt needed a quick bit of maintenance by the air hostess, demisting the inside of the windscreen was done with the help of what looked like the pilot's handkerchief and when the sun was in the eyes of the pilot, his solution was to fix a piece of paper to the sun visor to not only block out the sun but also most of the view. The scenery was breathtaking although what really took our breath away was out ...
... without a full train and determined to photo the especially scenic parts I gravitated to the viewing carriage where I was rewarded with my own little space and good if windy views of the journey. Rod as you will gather was sitting comfortably having delegated the photographing task! The cricket match between NZ and Aus was being played today so we researched the nearest sports pub and ordered the standard fish and chips to watch the end of what was a nail biting ...
... actually means in reality. Just driving through the town was weird. It was like there used to be a lively city as you could see remanence of buildings but it was literally shaken and the vibe has gone. Unless you go and find things it doesn't seem like much has happened, just that its a bit of a run down town. There were empty land plots where there used to be homes or buildings or things and in some places graffiti everywhere. You can see they are ...
... Christmas Day morning!!!!!! I asked the concierge about it and he said it was a low one about 4.5 and that they come in clusteres. Very scary. Pat went to reception to enquire about evening meals and was recommended to go to an eatery called Fiddlesticks a couple of blocks away where again we would have complimentary drinks...how could you refuse! We liked the bistro as it was playing old Laurel and Hardy films, good meal and then a nice walk back to the ...
... off to explore the Banks peninsular. We started in Akoroa the main town of the peninsular. When we got there we found that Dawn Princess had moored nearby and there were quite a few people off the boat in the town so it was quite busy. We walked upto the lighthouse before wandering back via a cafe for a coffee. We couldn't help but notice that there was a free shuttle from one end of the town to the other (about 10 minutes walk) and a lot of ...