Avenue Motor Lodge

Address: 31 Craigie Avenue, Timaru, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, 7910, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel is located on 31 Craigie Avenue, Timaru.
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          First day at Zoe's house

          A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Oct 05, 2015

          ... not move a lot. Only a bit up and down the beach, it only roles form time to time from side to side. But it was very quit to see the baby! After we came back we had lunch and rode the horses. I rode Zharga, but only deep stretching so she could have a break from the eventing. After we had ridden we did school work and had dinner. For desert we had amazing homemade donuts. We went reasonably early to bed to be fit for Queenstown. ...

          Mt Cook and a change of plan

          A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Oct 02, 2015

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          ... took us to Lake Tekapo where we planned to stay the night. After lots of failed attempts to find anywhere, due to palaces being fully booked or simply overpriced, we changed plan to try and drive on further towards Christchurch. Another couple of hours took us a decent chunk of the way arriving in Geraldine for the night, a very nice hostel and reasonably priced. We also had saved much of the driving planned for tomorrow, meaning we can arrive in Christchurch nice ...

          A day out to Mount Cook.

          A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Feb 26, 2015

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          ... t used to being able to see so far. Dwarfed. One could see Mount Cook 70 or 80 k away. The lake was long and very blue, with boats looking like tiny dots. There was an observatory, and also a cup of coffee for us, on the summit. We drove on to Lake Pukaki and then up its western edge until we came to Aoraki at the top of the valley, and then Mount Cook. Then a drink on a restaurant balcony overlooking the ...

          Hiking Aoraki/Mount Cook

          A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Feb 03, 2015

          ... some sixteen days, and the glacier collapsed, flooding the valley beneath. The dining hall for the campground is built in the remnants of the first Hermitage’s fireplace.

          For the most part, we followed the trail, but we did deviate a few times to get a good look at a few things. For example, we climbed some rock stairs off the left of the trail to get to a memorial to three people who died in an avalanche on Mt. Cook. From this position, we were able to ...

          Journey to Timaru

          A travel blog entry by mikeandtrina on Dec 17, 2014

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          Today we journey to Timaru, 161 kilometres (107 miles) from Christchurch down State Highway 1.

          We have this little box that came with the campervan, it is a very useful little box, it knows exactly where you are plays music through the radio and tells you about interesting attractions along the way. One of the most common attractions mentioned are places to eat.

          So driving along State Highway 1, the box interrupts the song ...