Casino Court Motor Lodge
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... up, enterprising artists have used these spaces as their palates making a walk through the devastation most interesting. There are sections that have been restored and are truly beautiful. It will be interesting to return in another few years and see the progress in this city which is rising again from utter ruin.
... Singapore. One of which was flattened after the earthquake, but luckily all 200 employees were ok. He didn't mind answering our questions on how businesses affected continued in a situation like that by telling us how they worked out of motels in the beginning before moving into portacabins until the new premises are built. He had also visited Scotland and even driven up to John O'Groats and visited Orkney so we had lots to chat about. Then after landing, and a short (but ...
... Once we were wine tasting and my Dad told me he was not enjoying one of the wines. I pointed out that there was a bucket to pour it away to which he replied with mild annoyance, "I'm not wasting it!"
The following day we went wine tasting once again but this time we hired bicycles. Yes, they let you hire bikes and ride around the vineyards tasting wines. We ended up spending over an hour in the first vineyard, Gibson Bridge. They are the smallest vineyard in Marlborough and it ...
... menu was almost entirely carbs, although it was all local and organic, so we both settled for a long black instead. Whilst walking around Christchurch we were subject to freezing winds! I was ravenous all day and we didn't get any lunch in the end. We went through the Re:Start shipping containers and eateries, which were reminiscent of the Box Park in Shoreditch. Actually, the whole of Christchurch was ...
... tied. The VOP skipper is on strike but fails to connect with either of the last two deliveries and the game finishes as a tie - a most fitting result.
Back into our finery after a quick shower and a few beers with the locals before we head off to the Brewers Arms for a feed. Its been a memorable day in a wonderful setting and as you don't experience many tied games in your cricketing life, I'm sure it will long be a day to ...