Terra Vive Luxury Suites & Apartments
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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 …
... place for worship. The diocese doesn't feel that the old cathedral can offer than. Almost everything inside the building in February 2011 is still there, with the exception of a couple of pieces daringly salvaged by urban recovery specialists. With any luck, any treasures inside the building will be able to extracted at some point. Although it is fairly plain on the outside, the 'cardboard cathedral' has a striking, uncluttered interior that draws your eye towards the altar ...
... from the international community. The students at the local university formed a volunteer task force, as did farmers both near and far, to provide food and assistance in whatever way possible. A great humanitarian reaction in a time of dire need. Wandering around, we find New Regent Street, for a photo of the tram as it passes through. Dave is thinking of an ice-cream, but realises that dinner is not far off and settles for a cup of tea ...
... to see what we had for our 6 courses, all of which were served with full explanation as to what was in the meal. Quite a new experience for us both, loved how some of the meals were presented, very clever. All in all we have had a lovely Christmas....different and odd that we are not with our families or that we are boiling hot!!! Sad that our holiday in New Zealand is nearly finished but I know that we have so many memories we will carry with us for ...