Oaks iStay on Cashel

Address: 187 Cashel St, Christchurch, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, 8001, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 187 Cashel St, Christchurch, is near Cashel Street, Bridge of Remembrance, High Street, and Brooke Gifford Gallery.
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Kia Ora New Zealand!

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Feb 06, 2015

... out of the hostel and ended up finding a Subway to eat at. A lot of places were closed because of the holiday and I didn't want to wander too far from the hostel. It was still weird to me that I wouldn't feel exhausted after traveling to my destination. I also wandered into a small mini mart to pick up a few more items to eat - got a small thing of cereal and some yogurt for breakfast in the morning. Headed back in to the hostel and the plan was ...

Christchurch

A travel blog entry by langardi on Jan 03, 2015

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We travelled to Christchurch using the budget arm of Quantas. Until now we thought that Ryan Air was bad. Jet save have managed to reduce legroom by a further three inches. An uncomfortable flight and even Brian only managed two hour sleep in the three hour flight - his experience of budget airlines showed. We then spent an ...

Arthur's Pass to ChristChurch

A travel blog entry by barbarahattemer on Dec 08, 2014

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... to die and give them light before they start to grow. It takes eighty years for them to grow tall and drop seeds beneath them. They only reforest about 6 to 8 feet that way so it takes forever to reforest the places that have been burned off to pasture sheep. We saw many red mistletoe plants and one called Lancewood that fascinated me. See picture. It has straight, tough branches that look sad and dead and are a defense mechanism to protect ...

The Forbidden Pool

A travel blog entry by nbinette04 on Jul 02, 2014

... pools to try, each at their own temperature and with their own unique mineral composition. We mostly stayed in the sulfur one, as it was the warmest varying from 40-42 degrees. About half way through our visit, it began to rain and it slowly turned into a wet snow. We both commented that this was the first time we had ever seen it snowing in July!

We stayed in the hot pools a little longer, having the unique feeling of snow on our faces and warm bodies. Shortly ...

The last leg of our camper van journey.....

A travel blog entry by rob-heulwen on Mar 29, 2014

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... took us to SH 1 and into Christchurch. We have to say on all the roads we travelled, what was noticeable was the lack of litter, in the towns as well as the countryside, everywhere is litter free. On the journey we discussed the difference between North and South Islands. Our preference would have to be South, it's stunning landscape it's mountains and activities and the way of life. I think if we had come out here 40 yrs ago we would have stayed....! Still you never ...