Amity Lodge Motel

7 Melbourne Street, Queenstown, South Island, 9348, New Zealand | 4 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Queenstown


A travel blog entry by stewy08


... morning we head to the adventure capital of New Zealand, Queenstown which houses every extreme sport you can think of and probably a few that you can't. Whether it was the spirit of the town that took hold me of me I'm not sure but I go against everything I was saying back in September (something along the lines of I WILL NEVER EVER DO THAT) and suggest to Karen that we do the AJ Hackett bridge bungee over the Kawarau river. In 1988 it was the ...

Bottom of the Bottom

A travel blog entry by cheaperthancall


Today marks the beginning of the end. I've reached the furthest South point of my journey, it's time to start heading North again to get back to Wellington for flight home. It's also a time that I start reflecting on my journey - standing at the lighthouse in Cape Reinga (the most Northern point of my journey) seems like ages ago, I've been to so many stunning places, done so many cool and in some cases crazy activities, met so many amazing people, and got millions of ...

Burning the candle at both ends

A travel blog entry by baggley82


... to bed early again. Then at 2am, it all started again. Only one bed this time, but enough to disturb me from my sleep. I said "you've got half an hour" (rough guess) and went for a walk. Wanaka The trip to Wanaka (the first 'a' pronounced as an 'o' before the jokes start) featured a walk round a mirror lake, intended to give a reflective perspective of the country's highest mountain, Mount Cook, but with the morning blessed with cloud, the complete photo opportunity ...

Milford Track: Quintin Lodge to Sandfly Point

A travel blog entry by journeyer


... and hoots. Then the kiwis put on a ending show – the woman sing and dance a Maori song – and the men do a haka dance. We’re all clapping and shouting. And then we fill our wine glasses and mingle one last time.

Tomorrow is day 5. We are all going on a cruise of the Milford Sound and then we’ll be going our separate ways. On day 6, we start the Routeburn Track. Stay tuned!


A travel blog entry by journeyer


... exuberance that is infectious. It just makes you feel good. When we are children we seem to run everywhere. When we get into our 20s we walk with askip in our step. As we age we tend to slow down, spend more time looking around and seeing the beauty of nature.


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This 4 star motel, located on 7 Melbourne Street, Queenstown, is near Segway on Q, Nomad Safaris, Kawarau Jet, and Challenge Rafting.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding