Whistler, The Chancellor - Queenstown

Address: Corner Gorge Road, Queenstown, South Island, 9999, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Corner Gorge Road, Queenstown.
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    Travel Blogs from Queenstown

    A Remarkable Place

    A travel blog entry by dave.lau.travel on May 03, 2015

    6 photos

    ... rebury itself with sand. Neither of them seemed to mind a whole bus load of people taking their picture, they just appeared far too lazy to care! The waves battering the rocks along the coastline made it hard to imagine that boats used to travel to The New World over these seas. Our next stop, Porpoise Bay had higher winds and bigger waves, so of course was the spot for a picnic lunch. We should have been able to spot yellow eyed penguins, Dolphins and seals here, we only ...

    Routeburn Day 2 -Lake Mackenzie to Routeburn Falls

    A travel blog entry by themaggiej on Mar 30, 2015

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... those leather chairs and that view from the picture windows of the lounge for as long as we could.

    A surprise later in the afternoon was that sick guide Hamish had recovered enough to make the walk and join the group again. They are committed to their role and it was nice to see he had made the effort to set out late in the day to rejoin us, albeit at a distance. Dinner was another great meal of Marlborough salmon for me and Cantebury rack of lamb for Keith. A bit of last ...

    Day 18: Out and about in Queenstown

    A travel blog entry by dickd on Mar 03, 2015

    2 photos

    ... in the trip/day) the stamina. So we walked for some 45 mins before turning back. The start of the walk is again through a forest (larch) before emerging on open shrubland.The view when you emerge is, again, stunning. It really is difficult to describe parts of New Zealand without over-using superlatives, but that is just what is it like. Then returning back down via walking/gondola we made our way back to the motel via the supermarket to ...

    A non day.

    A travel blog entry by rich070 on Feb 15, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... me, it was a non starter. So I sacked that and got in the car to head through the Cardona Valley to historic arrow town. Due to the drought that NZ is suffering at the mo, the valley looked brown and not very appealing to the eye. There was one fence at a ranch that was made of bras (similar idea to the padlock bridge in France but with bras on a fence) and a strange village that should have been in 1920's America western. Arrowtown was tiny and ...

    Final stop: Queenstown

    A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Feb 01, 2015

    11 photos

    ... activities at our tourist park reception. We weren't too much wiser after that, so we walked into town to check out Queenstown and book some activities.

    The first thing we booked: a bungee jump for me (omigodomigodomigod) tomorrow morning. At ten tomorrow morning I will jump off a bridge and pray I bounce back.

    We were also interested in finding a jet boat ride Lotte could join us on and booking a 4WD excursion to see some of the ...