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TravelPod Member ReviewsTerra Vive Luxury Suites & Apartments Christchurch
The apartment had all facilities including washing machine and tumble drier. It is on a dual carriageway so get a room at the back if you like quiet. It is walkable into town, but there is plenty of parking in town so either option works.
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Nothing to say about Christchurch as we only slept here (briefly) before catching our flight home so I thought I would give some hints and tips plus general comments for those who are contemplating visiting New Zealand.
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The AA have a free card that gives money off petrol plus some supermarkets (e.g. Countdown) give …
Onwards to Christchurch stopping off at Gore Bay to see the Cathedral rocks and lunch. We didn't stop at the wineries at Waipara valley (wine overload!). After checking in to our motel, we had to return the hire car so we set off to the airport. We then wanted to wander around town so we caught a local bus. We started our wandering at Re-START …
... of Kiwi Pilots that fought in the war as well as loads of old planes on show. After a morning and afternoon full of museum entertainment it was time for the big match: The Crusaders Vs. The Reds. We paid only £8 each for our ticket and, as may be able to tell from our photos, we probably had the best seats in the house. It was almost like a Chelsea home match as they gave everyone free plastic flags to wave to generate some atmosphere. We were in the ...
... was over we headed home to make dinner and get some sleep. We were exhausted after so much activity.
On Sunday I watched my friend's daughter compete in the Weet Bix Kid's Triathalon at Jellie Park. It was adorable watching some 5 yr olds swim, bike and run. After that was over, Mark and I walked to Hagley Park and played 12 holes of golf since the weather was so nice. Then it was back home to get ready for the work week and another five straight days of Crossfit.
... busTour, run by the Christchurch Museum. It's a fascinating journey with some history of the earthquake from Feb 22 2011 and a tour around what is happening now. It was pretty eye opening, I was particularly struck by some of the ruins still around including the Catholic Basillica and the Theatre. The empty house sites near the river where houses have been demolished was very poignant. There is a memorial of 185 white chairs for all ...