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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Pancake Lodge Nelson
Travel Blogs from Nelson
... carrot and other lovelinesses salad mixture, sweetcorn cobs from the garden and a salad of lettuce, onion and the local version of sweet potato and other stuff. So fresh, tasty, al dente and to heavenly. Special evening. Nice little family, and interesting stories about them and the house, it's history and maybe it's future. It's now about time my supposed proof reader, editor, publisher, photographer and bearer of various other titles, put the last several days experiences on ...
After leaving Jester House, we drove to Nelson where we had booked two nights in a hostel. We've visited the WOW museum (World of Wearable Art) that also has a huge collection of classic cars, the Centre of New Zealand and yet another brewery located in an old little church, where we tried 'samples' of more local beer of course.
However the main event during our stay in Nelson was not an enjoyable one: we had to leave our Janette last night. It was agreed that we would leave ...
Sunday 25 and Monday 26 January Like most of our other trips we did plan to do a lot of training. This didn't quite pan out although we did do some, a couple of trips to Fremantle and a long ride to Baldivis and back (100 km) and regular longer rides to work. Packing for the trip was a bit of a last minute process as well, and we have really managed to get our packing down - Tina will ride with two back panniers and Dave ( who freely refers to himself as the packhorse) will ...
Headed west from Richmond to travel the coast road toward Motueka. As we didn't see much coast to start with we detoured to Rabbit Island. No rabbits seen, so it was a short visit. Eventually stumbled upon a lovely beach as Kaiteriteri, it seemed that the rest of New Zealand was there as well. Little Ones Spike went searching for rabbits on Rabbit Island but he didn't find any, no trace of them at all, not even any rabbit ...
... cooker with an oven which means we can heat a pie and a herby garlic ciabatta which we bought at the Christmas Market at Palmerston North. Most motels have a microwave, some have a two ring hob.
Last night we had a delicious Thai takeaway from a place very close to the motel. In the "rule books " at the motels there are usually requests not to cook smelly food. This is probably aimed at the Chinese and Indian ...