Sherborne Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Sherborne Motor Lodge Christchurch
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... Lovely breakfast of poached salmon and dukkah covered egg on bean sprouts and fried haloumi, yum, Rory had worded me up on this one and it was delicious but they also had no decaf, how does a coffee shop not have any when I am in need.
After saying goodbye to the youngest female cherub we decided to get out of the city and explore around the bays and out west. Huge gale blowing so really could not get out of the car as ...
... 10am tour and so arrived about 10minutes early to get us checked in on time. The lady at the desk, Judy, told us there was a seasickness warning on today's trip but we'd not had any problems thus far on boats so thought we'd be okay without medication. We, and everyone else, were clearly novices as we had 20minutes more to check in and for those who had failed to turn up by then, well there places were given to others who had come for the 10.30am departure. Only then, were we ...
... valleys, over rivers and past snowy mountains. There was an outdoor observation carriage which we braved as long as we could to get some photos! The train kicked up snow from the tracks and it flew up into the spectators faces. We stopped at Arthurs Pass on the way, high up in the mountains and Nicole got out to feel the snow under her feet and throw a snowball at the window in my direction! A few hours later we’d arrived and were greeted at the train station by the host of our next ...
... we got to Christchurch, Anna, Chris, Elliot and myself decided to go out and see what was left of the city after the earthquake in February 2011. More than half of the city still lays in ruin and there was just a sense of death and destruction looming in the air. It was like a ghost town, buildings were completely abandoned if not destroyed, and I felt as though the city stole part of my happy, bubbly self. It ...
... all fair trade and ethical and table markers are flags of the world........great way to learn them, we had Qatar. More miles after lunch looking for a shopping centre, which we found eventually! Picked up a bargain t-shirt for cycling ($5) and we were very happy to go to the loo for the seat as we were getting leg weary! Across the park as the Hakka continued to sound and back to our little room for a rest and put the feet up. Day 2 ...