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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the photos showcase what it had to offer. Christchurch is a city in transition but one that is still worth a visit and has an incredible story to tell.
And so onto our final act in New Zealand – the last supper! What other way to go in New Zealand then to have lamb. We found the number one eatery according to Trip Advisor was Pedro’s House of Lambm and conveniently located just around the corner. They do a whole shoulder of perfectly cooked lamb ...
Well the time has finally come and we are off to see the mouse. After an early start and the last few jobs we arrived at the airport with plenty of time. A lovely Air Nz lady helped with our 5 bags and a car seat!!!! OMG the most luggage we have ever taken on holiday. With two bags and the car seat checked in it was time for a coffee. Nanny and Poppie were with us to say goodbye which was great. James loved seeing them before we headed off. ...
... here a week ago...must be all them bargain clothes I got from the op shop! I then went with Matt and Courtney and took Tyke for a walk. We went up by the beach and climbed the rocks and the view in the sunshine was lovely. They dropped me off at the bus station at 4pm and I boarded my 'Inter City Link' bus to Christchurch. I arrived in Christchurch just after 7pm. My bus driver kindly dropped me out of his way at the bus depot ...
... lamington cake from Sally's creative cakes. On arriving at a culdesac, Georgia was still quite clueless as to what her present was. The cake looked perfect with a message board and an icing rose on top. The only issue was my name, once again being spelt wrong with only one 't'. After the cake collection we headed to the wineries in Waipara Valley. We went to Waipara Hills cellar door and tasted all the wines, and we ...
... one of their players was unable to play), we convinced him that walking was the correct course of action. Their middle to late order push on and despite good figures from Dave Russell (2/17 off 7 overs), the Christchurch Invitational XI finish at 6/185.
Our two openers (Dave & Warwick) are back in the sheds with only 9 runs on the board but good innings from John Dedman (33no), Stirling (31no), Bob Ziehkle (27), Paul Cullen (24) and John ...