Knightsbridge Court Motor Lodge

Address: 112 Middle Renwick Road, Blenheim, South Island, 7201, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 112 Middle Renwick Road, Blenheim, is near Bubbly Grape Wine Tours (Marlborough), Wine Tours By Bike, Cloudy Bay, and Quilter's Barn - Mud Hut Complex.
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Travel Blogs from Blenheim

Day 26

A travel blog entry by higgsie81 on Jan 05, 2015

... the one I choose. Her old man was the vineyard manager, no wonder she still had a job! I took it I have a good pallet for wine, but we never brought any as the one liked was $ 55 dollars. So with my new found knowledge we headed to the local supermarket where we picked up some bits for the BBQ we had on the trailer park and grabbed a bottle of red to wash it down. The rest of the afternoon/evening was very steady narcolepsy took a nap and ...

Day 50 - Bikes and Wine

A travel blog entry by dougndev on Dec 07, 2014

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... off at the winery village and had a look round. This was the place of the last winery we stopped off at. It was called eridus i think. We hadn't bought a rose yet so we tried theirs and it was lovely. One of their Sauvignons was also lovely and cheap so we bought that too! Well we do love our Sauvignon :) We then bought a choc Orange ice cream to share! Ladened with our wine purchases we made our way back via a brewery called moa. The wind was quite strong at this point and at ...

Goodbye to the South Island

A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 26, 2014

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... its impossible without entering the bridge to know whether there are any vehicles at the other side that needed to be given way to.
- the way the power utility runs 3-phase power along some poles on the west coast near Greymouth and Westport. See the photo, but the 3 wires + the earth wire are held apart only about 10cm from each other in a 4-wire combo separated by insulated bridges every 5-6m. Can't understand the logic of it.
- the way locals ...

Bucking the Backpacker Blues

A travel blog entry by tayrae on May 05, 2014

Preface – this entry is not all butterflies and rainbows. It describes a rough patch I went through and how I overcame it. It's not as sunny and bright as most of my other entries. But it’s honest. I gotta keep the blog honest, right? So here goes, read on...

Allow me to let you all in on a little secret – traveling is not 100% awesome ALL of the time. Just like anything else, it has its highs and lows. The lows are usually brief and caused by things ...

Backblocks and Beaches, Sand and Sandflies

A travel blog entry by brixhambertie on Mar 02, 2014

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... the camp ground and start of the many walks, was left. David went to inspect the dam, we went left to drop Don off and suss out the camp site. This is where the road really deteriorated, huge potholes almost impossible to avoid. The camp site was OK – when I say site I mean it was a large, fairly flat grassy area with a long-drop dunny at the edge. And surprise surprise there was a camper there already - a big UTE with a caravan! David had a word with him and apparently ...