Rutherford Hotel Nelson
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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Travel Blogs from Nelson
... In the meantime I still go every fortnight to Christchurch for work. As you can see from the photos, this is a really nice view from the plane in this part of year. Nice white topped mountains.
Ingrid and I are still looking around for a new work challenge and have had a few interviews and are currently waiting for feedback. Our gut ...
... wine tasting, unfortunately when we arrived the wine tasting place was under renovation and we didn't get to do our wine tasting, sad and sober we boarded the bus again and after a bit longer arrived in Kaiteriteri. This was a pretty sea side hamlet which only really had the hostel, a caravan park, some accommodation and a restaurant. But apparently Kaiteriteri had some of the most expensive real estate in New Zealand. After checking into our hostel we played a few game ...
... Very pleasant way to spend the day! After 'tea' of pizza and chocolate brownie - yum! We headed back home for showers and final bedtime stories. Before showing my photos and videos to Jeff and Katie of all my daredevil activities - very amused they were too! Shame I can't upload them onto iPad and share on here... You will just have to wait until I return to see ...
... accommodation, but I think we had been spoilt on the Rock. The girls were split up into the two dormitories below the deck with just enough room to stand up, yet they managed to squeeze some bunk beds in! Luckily we didn't spend much time in the rooms and we sat on the top deck were the captain cooked us dinner on the BBQ. When we woke up the next morning it had started raining, again. Once we had eaten breakfast we were ...
... cricket pitch.
After the hike we went to check out this neat place called the Free House. The building is an old church that has been turned into a bar. The neat part about this place is that they have no ties to any one single brewery. This means that you can try a wide range of beers and they do quite the job of encouraging you to try almost every one of the 13 beers that they have on tap at any one time. Since Nelson is the craft beer capitol of ...