Boutique Motel Nelson
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBoutique Motel Nelson
We took a studio and it was small but perfectly appointed. The motel was awash in gorgeous flowers. The black cat likes to play hostess. Dinner recommendation was also very good--exactly what we wanted.
Walking distance to grocery stores & coffee shops.
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Day 22: Went sea kayaking around Abel Tasman National Park with a group of people and 2 tour guides, One of which was from Canada and was very enthusiastic. We had a double kayak and paddled along the coastline and saw seals with pups, birds and some cool caves. At the end of the tour we stopped at a little island beach and had some coffee before catching our water taxi (speedboat) back to shore. The skipper took ...
... accommodation, but I think we had been spoilt on the Rock. The girls were split up into the two dormitories below the deck with just enough room to stand up, yet they managed to squeeze some bunk beds in! Luckily we didn't spend much time in the rooms and we sat on the top deck were the captain cooked us dinner on the BBQ. When we woke up the next morning it had started raining, again. Once we had eaten breakfast we were ...
So I have just finished 2 weeks down in Nelson. I came down to work in a practice, covering for someone else. Nelson is a small city in the South Island of NZ. It's only a 25 minute flight from Welli. We took off, and almost immediately we were told to get ready for the decent,.. Air New Zealand still managed to squeeze in a drinks service though. Take that easyjet.
My first impression of Nelson was created at the airport when I followed signs for ...
... 8211; not far really, just in the back of the house now with a view in the opposite direction of the moon and a totally different sky. I feel joyful as I gaze at the stars, find compositions in the sky and landscape – and then start the tinkering process with my tablet, camera and tripod – sometimes moving many feet and setting up again and sometimes with only a slight tweak of the ballhead ...
... to Marahau. The following three days would consist of about four hours of walking and then a variety of activities: lying on the beach, reading on the beach, walking on the beach,... and the occasional dip in the water. My favourite way of tramping!
The day started bright and early with a pick-up at Shortbread Cottage. So long, Stephen! Hope never to meet you again! A variety of people got on: some of us carrying huge backpacks - the ones who ...