136 On Bealey - Avenue Motel
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- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... glorious sunshine at 28 degrees. On our second day we took a trip in to Christchurch. We had intended to do the bus ride to Akuroa to swim with the Dolphins but Sue had established that the boats were not going out due to high seas caused by the gales the previous day. The day was around 10 degrees cooler than the previous day but apparently this is normal for the Canterbury area, where the weather can be very changeable from one day to the next. A ...
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... once a central piece of architecture in the heart of the city. My tour continued with a walk along the Avon river which is a small river that weaves its way through the CBD (central business district) and crossing its bridges one can see fault lines in the road and supporting structures from the earthquake 5 years ago. Returning to the Restart mall I enjoyed a coffee and read of the local papers at one the many independent coffee ...
... back to the campervan to explore more of the centre of Christchurch. This task was not easily completed as the centre was difficult to find and the one-way system was a nightmare to circumvent. We finally gave up and headed half an hour out of Christchurch to the free camp site in coes ford. On reaching the free campsite I once again braved the cold for 15mins of ...
... the last sight of civilisation that Captain Scott of the Discovery saw before his fateful journey. In the visitor's centre there was also a Time Discovery Tour. We boarded little moving cars and moved through film and still commentary learning more about the beginning of the Canterbury region. Once back in the city we hopped on a tour tram - one of John's favourite things - it reminds him of his childhood in Glasgow! On the tour we witnessed more of the devastation of the ...