Econo Lodge Canterbury Court
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Canterbury Court Christchurch
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... in our mouths. Not a great introduction to NZ. I did write a very satisfying letter of complaint to the taxi company, but got no response, rendering it less satisfying.
Stayed at Bush Inn Court Motel (found through Hotwire) and it was just fine. The office closes at 9:30, so they left our key in the telephone box outside the office and we had to make our own way in to our room. ...
... jump. My favourite jump was the key hole. It looked so cool when they jumped through the ring. We had no one in the senior race so we just watched the water jump. We went home earlier. Around 6:30pm we all left for going out for dinner. The restaurant was cool but we hadn't got enough space on the table for 16 persons. I did a really bad decision by taking a Bred-pizza mixture because I had the sourest stomach in my life. So the night in the float was not very ...
... disadvantage of being on such a small boat is that sleeping was a challenge. I could cope with the movement of the boat but it was made of metal so every wave against it sounded like thunder. The next day we had clear but very cold weather as we made the journey back to Te Anau.
We did a day trip to Milford Sound. The weather was awful when we left the motel and our weather app said it would be raining all day. I have learnt not to trust New Zealand weather reports and ...
No tours planned today, but we didn't exactly rest. Started with the inner-city tram tour and then did lots of walking, viewing the devastation from the earthquakes. It is heartbreaking to see the loss of so many heritage buildings. The city has been very innovative with the rebuild and with adding beauty to the hard hit areas. The 'ReStart Mall' is built with steel shipping containers. They are set up in one area with regular stores set up in ...
... plan B site, by the sea just outside Amberley, was a lovely place to bed down for the night. We arrived to fine facilities as the site was being bathed in the last of the evening's warm amber sunshine, just in time to hang a few items on a line between a conifer and Fenton, who was caked in dusk from our forray into the outback. Everything looked so serene that we weren't even disquieted by the poster on the toilet block wall describing what should be done in the event of a ...