ASURE Fountain Resort Motel

Address: 77 Green Street, Nelson, South Island, 7011, New Zealand | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on 77 Green Street, Nelson, is near World of Wearable Art and Collectable Car Museum, Lake Rotorua, and Jens Hansen Gold and Silversmith.
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    Travel Blogs from Nelson

    Heading North with vicious biting midges!

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Mar 29, 2015

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    ... a lot of concentration so please do not chat to me but feel free to watch’ – opps!

    We managed to find a cheap campground (8 a night) on the edge of town in the Maitai Valley, so at that price we decided to book in for two nights to give us a full day to explore the area.

    After breakfast, we set off for the hour long walk that would end up in the centre of Nelson. We ...

    Well Tahunanui was where the motel was!

    A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Mar 16, 2015

    ... though the cars seemed less interesting to me probably because we have seen rather a lot of them this trip!! We were still a little early for checking in so ate lunch in the car before unpacking and moving off to explore the Founders Museum which is a collection of 'old' buildings- I use the term old loosely as nothing here is older than 1850's!- and shop displays. Found the Jacobs tin cracker box I used to keep my precious plastic toy garden in in the grocery store ...

    Day 9: Abel Tasmin National Park... And some rain

    A travel blog entry by dickd on Feb 22, 2015

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    ... Bay and start our walk from there. Both of these we did and it worked out really well. The drive to Wainu is a long one (around 1 hour) but utterly wonderfull. It is over the highest mountain pass we have done this holiday, with stunning scenery as you come down off the mountain and into the valley. We started the coastal path walk, but chickened our after a mile or so when it looked like it might get difficult; as ...

    No Walk, No Boat

    A travel blog entry by roger-annie on Jan 23, 2015

    6 photos

    ... a few retail outlets. Bizarrely , we were greeted by a young lad playing bagpipes. You never know what to expect. Annie headed for one of the retail outlets and snaffled a bargain hat and visor. We had lunch sitting next to the wharf and decided to move on. The retail experience had only whetted Annie's appetite and we had to stop at Motueka the largest town in the area with the most shops. It was hot so we went back to our chalet to sit on the shaded ...

    A day of two halves

    A travel blog entry by caretaker on Dec 18, 2014

    31 photos

    Our original plan was to go to Kaiteriteri, a place stongly recommended by several of Sarah' s Kiwi friends. As it was raining and the forcast suggested that it would be clearing from the north we decided to drive to the norhernmost point in the Abel Tasman National Park. This we did in rain and low cloud as we climbed over the mountains into Takaka. As we arrived the rain stopped so we had a stroll through what ...