The Ashley Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Ashley Hotel Christchurch
Lovely hotel, nice staff, good amenities and great location.
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... went and met everyone at the bar for a drink. After that we went and had dinner. It was an ok dinner it was lasagna but they had home made bread which was amazing. After that me and hannah went to have a nap [which was a big mistake cause i could not get to sleep that night :/]. We set an alarm for 8:15 cause at 8:30 everyone was going stargazing. So we got up put on lots of layers and met everyone to go down to the lake to star gaze. The moon was so bright it lit ...
... suburbs. Ours is in Linwood and is about a 25 minute walk into the centre. The walk is flat and in a straight line so even we couldn't get lost. It is though maybe a little too far to walk with your backpacks. The Old Countryhouse is made up of three houses all converted into mini hostels. We are in House III with its 4 bedrooms, two shower rooms and a kitchen. It's a lovely building and our 6 bed dorm is a good size. Unfortunately ...
... on this journey. Booked in at the site at 5pm. It's quite handy, only a short bus ride to the centre of town. Will chill out tonight and go into the city in the morning, before packing up ready to return the Motorhome on Saturday.
The weather is much cooler now as the sun has gone down, but still clear. Here's hoping for the same ...
... all things, the museum had a T-shirt exhibition on, some guy with too much time on his hands and a love of ironing has collected 6000 odd t-shirts, some of which were on show… nothing from M&S though, disappointing.
After Christchurch, we headed over to Lake Tepako, staying in the little village of Fairlie as Tepako was full. The lake is pretty stunning, our photos just don’t do it justice, ...
... steaming liquid nitrogen preserving various bull semen samples which Jon had ordered from his glossy Bull catalogue, ha ha! Thanks for a lovely and ‘educational’ afternoon Chrissy & Jon!!
We had every intention of going to visit the Akaroa Peninsular from Christchurch but on two separate attempts our drive resulted in us having to turn around as poor Blondini was being blown off the road, maybe next time!
On our way out of the city we had ...