The Ashley Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Ashley Hotel Christchurch
Lovely hotel, nice staff, good amenities and great location.
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... for us as it's our first so really looking forward to it.
We arrive back in Seattle in the morning, in time to collect our RV - another first, to travel around for about 14 days, finishing up at LAX again.
The only thing left to do is book and pay for the return flight. I am hanging back at the moment in the hope we get deal like the flight up so fingers crossed.
... then Tina and Kevin drop us at the airport. It is all self check-in here, scan the passport and we are recognised immediately. Seats assigned, boarding pass printed we are off home again. Immigration was easy, they have a new electronic scanning system. You stand still while the device takes a picture of you and confirms with your passport - very clever. The flight boards on time and away we go. The flight home is with Air New Zealand - a step ...
... instead of through the city again where we encountered lots of netball players...they definitely like the sport here! Whilst teams of people were running round being all energetic we decided ice cream was more appropriate for us so hit up the mr whippy van just further along. A slow walk back and we found a garage to pick up some dinner and then sat around the hostel for a bit, managing to lock ourselves out of our room once. Seems to be ...
... park. Once again, it was a lovely drive, although by this stage we were getting quite blasť about the scenery. We ended the day’s drive in Dunedin, which means Edinburgh in Celtic. The Bulls, a provincial rugby team in South Africa, were in town to play the Highlanders in a Super 15 match. As we were there, we thought we had to go along to support the South African team. It didn’t help as they were terrible and were pretty much thrashed, but it was a great ...
... cheering on the bank, I caught sight of Simon and Asher who lifted me out of the boat with words of encouragement. My legs were bleeding and covered in bruises where I had squirmed and kicked to free myself during my capsizes. With help from Simon’s son and Bronwyn, who had sold me the kayak and kindly lent me her precious race bike for the weekend, I limped / hopped / ran up the bank to a field where my bike was again waiting for me with much needed food and energy drink. ...