Lorenzo Motor Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLorenzo Motor Lodge Christchurch
Lovely stay, great spa bath, perfectly clean. Fantastic location. Upgraded to a one bedroom by the very helpful owner. Would be my first pick staying in Christchurch again.
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... Mark & Cat: complementary workout. Don't feel so bad!
7 Hours Later: Mark & Cat struggle to move.
Friday 27 Feb-
Workout: Tadachi interval 20m shuttle runs to warm up followed by 21-15-9 reps pull ups, sit ups and squats.
Feelings: Mark- TGIF, my body hurts. I love this gym. Cat- my body hates me. I love this gym.
... to go to university and see the world. I liked that. They didn’t place expectations on their kids to come back and run the farm, although one did chose to do that.
Per New Zealand regulation, you are required by law as part of your tourist visa to go and watch a sheep being sheared. There are just too many sheep, it is something every tourist must do. The farmer sheared the sheep for us and the sheep remained pretty calm and ...
... Park. Our taxi driver the day before described Queenstown as a place that that loves to take your hard earned dollars, and she wasn't far off. Coming from a resort economy it wasn't too shocking, but we certainly had apprehensions around spending the equivalent to a really nice meal and bottle of wine on looking at a few kiwi birds! Thankfully our expectations were exceeded and we had a wonderful time at the park and enjoyed seeing the nocturnal flightless birds along ...
... 20 times until I said “oh wow Alice, that stone is beautiful” (or something to that affect). That would satisfy her then, until a few foot later, she would find an equally normal looking stone, and so it continued for the next 30 minutes until we left the beach! We were warned the sea was an absolute ‘no-go’ area, with terrifying currents and rips that easily take your feet from beneath you and whip you out to sea.Just before Akaroa town, we visited a ...
... and location of epicentre which was situated 10km south east of the city of Christchurch. On 22nd February 185 people lost there lives and since the quake over 50% of all buildings in the city centre have been deemed structurally unsound and demolished (or cordoned off for demolition). I started my morning at the botanic gardens and Canterbury museum which was one of the only heritage buildings in the city to survive the earthquake. Before the destruction Christchurch was ...