Knightsbridge Court Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a peninsula so you could see ocean on each side of the land and the massive mountains in the back. Before we did that we went to a little souvenir store though. This is where I saw and immediately purchased what is my greatest purchase of the year. This little stuffed animal seal. His name is Rufus and We take pictures together and do all kinds of cool **** now. So after our visit in that little town we drive for another like 3 hours to Picton. Same type of driving ...
... had one of the best beds of the trip so far. But we had no time to lollygag around. There was wine to be had! Once we checked in, we rented bicycles for our trip around the Renwick region, just west of Blenheim. They had a map ready for us with some recommended wineries along a bicycle route. It was convenient and the weather was great.
I'm not that much into wine tours, but Deanne has been talking about this ...
... Could definitely not live here!!! Headed up to the isolated ‘Top House’ for a coffee to find the place was deserted and a little scary!!! Walked up to the door to see it was open at 11.30am and it was 11.25. We knew the grizzly story about the place and no sign of life so had to make a decision do we stay or go????? As we got back to the car a severe looking woman walked out and called across to us…. had to stay!!! The house is a little scary and glad we ...
... small world)! The 4 people from the cruise were from Australia & everybody else originated in England - although one lady had emigrated to Auckland, since her husband had died, as her children / grandchildren live in New Zealand. The company we went with was called 'Na Clachan' which apparently is Gaelic for 'The meeting place'. All in all a great ...
... you some idea.
We actually passed several kilometres of flat land today, which was unusual as we have gotten use to hills and mountains and roads that were bending and not straight like today. ( didn't take any photo's as I'm sure you know what flat land looks like ) :)
Tomorrow we hope to be in Christchurch, thats the plan anyway.
so till next time
bye for now