La Rochelle Motel
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Rochelle Motel Akaroa
Very clean, but we found the downstairs room noisy
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Travel Blogs from Akaroa
... swimming. After getting suited up in 5mm wetsuits with full on hoods and booties in preparation for the colder ocean, we bundled into a dinghy and headed off in search of seal colonies. Whenever we found one we'd all slip into the water and swim alongside them for as long as they would let us. They were quite happy to roll around in the sea, playing and cleaning themselves with us bobbing alongside them. A truly memorable experience. We got lucky with our morning swim as storm ...
... after 3 yrs . Visited the "cardboard Cathedral" , the old one partially destroyed by the earthquake and the "container " shops ..created out of shipping containers. Had to see this to believe it ...most awful damage with many buildings still empty and untouched . back for evening meal at local Pub/hotel ...now stuffed full back to room . Up at ...
... worked in before when he was down here so will be looking at that in a week or so.
I am the “Facilty Manager” for a Radius hospital (hospital and specialised hospital dementia) of 94 beds which is about 8 minutes away from the flat. Mind you, nothing is very far away in Christchurch. Anyway, the facility is having major earthquake repairs which is a lengthy drawn out process as its negotiation between the owner and the insurance company. Then next ...
... up with chocolate, we’d just sat down when a mega loud siren went off. It didn’t sound like some Kiwi was having his Mk2 Cortina nicked and it wasn’t one of the amazing designer condo’s that was being broken into, this was more like the siren for an earthquake or some impending nuclear holocaust. We stood frozen on the balcony not knowing what to do, nobody seemed to be coming out of their houses to see what was going on, maybe they were all going down ...