Allan Court Motel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... it's open on Fridays and Saturdays. There was a little market out the back, with a few stalls. They had been hoping for more, but some of those booked in had pulled out because they thought it was going to rain.
We had a coffee there, and Mac tried a bottle of organic ! Lemon, Lime and Bitters. Then back to the farm for lunch. Jase and Cam were working under the bonnet of the hoon car, and it was difficult to tear them away from the ...
... a bit of shopping then were on our way home, except that John took us on a King's scenic tour of Mosgiel ! We got him sorted out, and were soon home for lunch.
All morning, Steph and Jase were very busy 'tailing' lambs in the yards, while Bentley was slaving away, mowing the very tall lawn. Steph and Jase's labour is a hard job - lifting up the lambs to a cradle where they are tailed, vaccinated, ear-marked and certain male parts attended to. It's taxing ...
... in New Zealand, even though the weather was not perfect, it was perfect. Very kindly my friends treated me to a lovely lunch of portobello mushrooms at an award winning cafe in town called Ironic. We just had time to have a look around some art shops and the Railway Station building, an elegant stained glass building in the centre of town and one of the city's most iconic buildings. In what seemed like a flash I had to get on the return bus back to Queenstown. It had been ...
... and next to that the Chinese Gardens. The Museum has recently been expanded and has an incredible range of items, showing history through paintings, archeological finds, clothing, technology and cars and machinery. It's also free! After a simple lunch, we arrive at the Chinese Garden and although set in a very busy area of the city, it's peaceful and somehow traps a sense of quiet. These gardens are relatively new in recognition of the Chinese influence on Dunedin and ...
... there! The sights were magnificent, the commentary hilarious in part and the engineering capabilities of the structure of these viaducts and bridges truly amazing. A trip really worth doing! The weather turned rainy and windy again a short time after we arrived home, so we buttoned down the hatches for the night, even having a winter's supper of soup and a roll followed by cake and custard! Yeah it really is that ...