Econo Lodge Canterbury Court
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- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... the road from the space is a memorial to the deceased. They have set up 185 white chairs of various kinds to represent the individuality of each of the dead. It is a very striking memorial, in particular the baby seat and highchairs which show the wide age range that lost their lives that day. They are trying to attract people back into the city centre. One initiative is the shipping container shopping centre. It is a bit of a ...
This morning Ian gave us a lift into town as he and his fiancée were off to sort out their wedding photographs. The first things we noticed were the cranes,the empty plots of land and buildings boarded up awaiting restoration. The earthquake a couple of years ago really did a lot of damage,iconic buildings disappeared in a second. Our first stop was a shopping mall made of shipping containers and a delicious cup ...
... on me and bite me wherever they could. The worst thing was: these buggers were brave. The didn't try fly away when I was swatting them. They just sat there sucking my sweet blood and enjoying the pleasure as long as it lasted (so until they were flattened). So if you want to visit one of these lakes, maybe just stay inside your car.
One shout out needs to go out to one of the hostels I stayed at in Christchurch, the Haka ...
... Mar - Again a leisurely start this morning as our last full day in NZ (boo). Need to get our admin for departure sorted, together with the re-packing for the two flights tomorrow which involves an early start. See what we can fit in after all that finished! After chatting to Tim & Rich for a while this morning we set off for some more strolling thru the city, of parts we had not seen properly. We decide to have a better look at the ...
... It is constructed out of 98 cardboard tubes. It is quite breathtaking, so open and airy with a fantastic atmosphere of hope. The offices, side chapel and kitchen are in containers. They have evensong most days, it is also used for concerts and the choristers come from the local grammar school.
We left Christchurch emotionally moved and hope that the businesses that moved out of town after the earthquake will return once it has been ...