Cedar Motor Lodge

Address: 36 King Street, Timaru, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 36 King Street, Timaru.
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Travel Blogs from Timaru

Snow

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Mar 19, 2015

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... water. In some parts, the river is literally the same blue as the sky. It comes round a great corner, strong and deep against the sheer rocks on the outside and shallow and slow, depositing sand, on the inside. We took our time enjoying the view. We passed a few hitchhikers on our journey to Geraldine. There are huge numbers of them in New Zealand and we feel a little bad driving on past them but we only have two seats with belts. ...

The first day as Mobile Holmes by car.

A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Feb 25, 2015

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... steel etc.for the continual rebuilding. The earplugs do make a difference. I noticed yesterday that all the hotels and guest houses we passed in town were fully booked, because of the lack of the big modern downtown hotels that have disappeared, and because of the huge influx of builders. I had a phone call from HSBC bank at 9.30 to ask if I had withdrawn $500. Good. Just checking as we had withdrawn the $1000 on the arrival day for the car hire. ...

Journey to Timaru

A travel blog entry by mikeandtrina on Dec 17, 2014

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... down to State Highway 1 and through a park and we ended up at Caroline Bay and Trina went for obligatory paddle in the sea. The beach was nearly deserted and as we walked along towards the docks we passed a local gathering their nets after a days fishing.

We were given a couple of choices of where to eat so we headed towards town and ended up at a little place called Coopers Bar and Café. Nice and friendly staff greeted us with a smile and ...

Start of the campervan week

A travel blog entry by haddons on Dec 01, 2014

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... challenge. We drove to Timaru through the 2 hours of pancake flat Canterbury plains. We finally found a supermarket that had enough space to park our truck ( no problem spotting it when we came out). One benefit of having a camper van is that you can load the weekly shop straight from the "trundler" in the car park straight into the fridge & food cupboards! We checked into the Top ...

The New Zeal-End

A travel blog entry by handytravels on May 11, 2014

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... spirits dry. The next day we awoke at our Glentanner campsite to something we’d taken for granted, cloudy but dry. Sweet cloudy but dry. It was a miracle. We felt like Noah must have when that dove came back with an olive leaf. The flood was over! We excitedly headed toward the hooker valley track where we were able to undertake one of the greater walks we’ve done in New Zealand. The mountain views were tremendous, each ...