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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.
Hints and Tips
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 …
... happening around the town and at bluff celebrate the weekend including hill climbs and beach races. We went to the Ascot Hotel for dinner, driven down by the motel. The people down here are very nice and anyone will stop and chat –I think this is one of their big weekends and a large influx of people. The food here was great too.
A lot of people had left already as they had some wet days from Tuesday and it’s getting worse after rain all night, hail, and ...
Writing this at 5.30am, 14th November 2014, Christchurch airport, South Island, New Zealand.
I actually slept really well in the cell. Maybe I am cut out for jail life after all. I'm joking of course, a gorgeous pretty boy like me wouldn't last five minutes on the inside. Mind you, if I hadn't been keeping a close eye on my speed in this country I might well have ended up in prison.
Throughout our time in New Zealand I often wondered if ...
... city with these familiar fancies but at the same time quite sad that it's all out the side of a container. We had lunch in a little container too. Even the banks were in these containers which was quite novel to see. There are two museums around here - one is a general one about Christchurch and is a donation for entry and the other is called Quake City and was a $20 exhibition. We chose the latter as the money goes towards helping rebuild the area and lets face it - they rely ...