The Adventure Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Adventure Hotel Nelson
Friendly staff that will help with anything they can and are hangover sympathetic!
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Travel Blogs from Nelson
... ethics and truth. I'm starting to develop some stronger and broader views on my place in the world from this which has been really exciting. I'm really looking forward to exploring these further, although it's pretty tiring.
I'm almost at the end of my month here at Chuckleberry. I need to start thinking about the next chapter in my adventure. I may have convinced Alex to come with me to Colorado for some snowboarding and a look at Mesa ...
... speak and said that my handsome companion should take me to the local women's couturier as I appeared "barely clothed" and we wouldn't want the town to start gossiping about me, now would I? The young woman stayed in character and was fantastic in her role, engaging with other guests around her. I was also super impressed at how the actors and actresses managed to stay ...
... Or to put it a positive way, as Cara did, "one more hour of jet lag to have when we get home". Although the drive was up and down hills/mountains, it was much better than the day before, which was so windy Tasha's got arms like Popeye now from fighting the steering wheel out of the path of oncoming wood trucks. And there was the emergency stop for the chipmunk playing chicken in the road. I hope his mother gave him ...
23rd - 24th Februrary 2011
Nelson gets the most sunshine hours of the whole of New Zealand and the north of the South is famous for its Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. It is quite a large town with some pretty houses, hotels and pubs. I only stayed in Nelson a couple of days but I had some interesting experiences. I went on a short jog and heard some bagpipes and drummers and found the City of Nelson Highland Pipe Band practicing. It felt very ...
... 10: Amala's. Purpose: End of trip. Result: EPIC!
From there we didn't stop till we got back to Amala's. It was really cool, we drove back a bit along 0 avenue where I used to live, even slowed down as we passed my old home so I could snap a few shots. It looked exactly like I remember it, just a bit more over grown. I have to say all in all I had a great trip. The people of Nelson just had such a fantastic attitude, I would love to go back during winter and work on the ski slope there.