Riverside Motor Lodge & Conference Centre

Address: 7 Williamson Street, P.O. Box 469, Cambridge, North Island, New Zealand | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel is located on 7 Williamson Street, P.O. Box 469, Cambridge.
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      White Knuckle Ride to see Glow Worms

      A travel blog entry by hazelmc on Dec 27, 2014

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      ... After hearing that for umpteenth times the she was promptly switched off.

      We continued on as the road turned into a gravel one, thinking, of course, this would be just for a short distance but oh no it went on for miles and miles - hence the "white knuckle ride". The road continued with hair pin bends the whole way, overhanging steep edges down to the sea with clouds of sand and dust smothering us the whole time. ...

      A morning in the Shire

      A travel blog entry by caretaker on Nov 29, 2014

      45 photos

      ... glass was substituted. We endured some Shire rain during our tour but managed to see Bilbo and Frodo's house (Bag End), also Sam and Rosie's as well as the tree where Bilbo celebrated his 111th birthday. Some forty Hobbit holes are dotted around the hillside, each with its individual gardens, which are still maintained.. All this was rounded off with a free beer at the Green Dragon. What a fascinating way to spend a morning. ...

      To cave or not to cave, that is the question

      A travel blog entry by wattsy on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... br> I retraced my steps back along the riverside, still managing to find a couple of spider webs that I had missed on the way up, or that had been re-made by the spiders since then.

      Back at the camper Kirsty hadn't managed to get any more sleep, the warmth in the camper coupled with the rising humidity not conducive to sleep. So we set off and drove in the direction of Waitomo.

      En route to Waitomo the anticipated rain came, drizzle at first but increasing ...

      Historical Hills: Lord of the Rings

      A travel blog entry by abradleyx3 on Jul 31, 2014

      5 photos

      ... trip. Well, the Lord of the Rings filmed areas are major tourist attractions. If a place is not significant or historical, why would I go and visit it for my historical section on my Bucket List? Also, the movies were made in the past, obviously, which make them ancient history. Haha. I will be visiting the Hobbiton. I will also visit other areas, such as, Mount Ruapehu, Tongariro National Park and the Rock ...


      A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Mar 04, 2014

      20 photos

      ... to give us a lift. As well as running the motel Ross is a professional golfer and has that tanned, fit looking appearance which goes with that. Ross tells us we are the second couple from Aberdeen to have stayed in the last fortnight but he can't remember their names.

      At the restaurant we have a Good George beer in honour of our fathers who were both Dods. On Ross's recommendation we have rack of lamb which is outstanding. As I am not driving we also have a bottle ...