Sherborne Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Izmir35 stayed here on Jul 4, 2014 during their trip titled: New Zealand, July 2014.
... architect, utilising shipping containers, a polycarbonate roof and cardboard tubes which resulted in it being affectionately known as the Cardboard Cathedral.
Three lovely old trams run round the city and the drivers give a far more up to date commentary than any guide book, proudly pointing out the Re-Start Mall where shipping containers are used for shops and ...
... of the Te Matatini Feeling the commitment to rebuilding of a new Christchurch Well avid readers this is almost the last entry. I've enjoyed writing this tremendously so that we have some record of what we have done over the last month and keeping family (and friends of course up to speed. There will of course be our travel back over the next two days but whether I can transmit it is another matter, so here's to more adventures of Guy Martin! Over and ...
... the time on the computer was still set to Pacific Time but I eventually got it sorted out.
Spent about five hours on the computer trying to do some trip planning stuff. Got some buses booked for travel around New Zealand, and I think I found a place to go diving off the Great Barrier Reef. Need to nail down some dates for that today but it looks like it could be really awesome. Also looked at flight prices around Australia/Indonesia and ...
I stayed in a suburb south of the city centre, just about 15mins drive into the CBD. Liz and Gordon were great hosts and it really 'came home to me' that I was in an earthquake zone when Gordon gave me the ‘run throu’ of what to do, should an earthquake start!! The last time I was in Christchurch in 2003, so the city as you will imagine is very different following the earthquakes in 2010 and 2011. It is very sad to see the devastation, but the spirit of the ...