Manuka Crescent Motel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsManuka Crescent Motel Wanaka
Loved this place...room was very comfortable and immaculately clean. Parking right outside the front door and under cover.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Manuka Crescent Motel Wanaka
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Had an interesting couple of days in Wanaka...after leaving Okarito in torrential rain.! Initially we were a little disappointed with what we saw when we arrived in Wanaka and it wasn't until we had walked up to the top of Mt.. Iron the next morning that we GOT what was so nice about it...the view from up there was magic I also think that arriving …
... We zig zagged up the Crown Range, parking at the SNOWY top next to all the other tourists! From their we had a remarkable view of the mountains and of Queenstown itself. And the snow was just ideal for making a baby snowman. I called him Mr Snowman. Peter, suggested Ralph as a first name. So check out the pics for Mr. Ralph Snowman. He's a cutie! We stopped at a few more locations as ...
... river. We went back up river weaving in and out of trees and rapids, with Ed and Tash grinning massively. The first Hamilton turn (named after the inventor of jet boats, a kiwi in the sixties) threw up a shower of spray to everyone's delight. We slowed again to look at old gold mining sites on the river banks where the water had been used in hoses to wash the bank away into sluices. Several thousand people had worked on each section at its peak. More turns and ...
... J&J from time to time.
We had to have tyre chain training, which was fine when the wheel wasn't attached to a car but horrible if it is. We sometimes have to put chains on the wheels to go up the mountain as some of the vans aren't 4WD. We get half way up the mountain and have to put them on, it's a horrible task and I yet haven't had to do it mwhahahah. I have got out the van and held the torch for the people to see what they are doing ...
... of neither we are sticking with our original interpretation and can now say we survived an earthquake in NZ). Wanaka has spoilt us yet again with amazing scenery which it seems NZ is just a little too smug about. There are beautiful autumnal colours on the trees, the crystal clear lake, epic mountains that appear so close you can almost reach out and touch them and then of course just behind all of this, the snow capped peaks in the distance. It's enough to ...