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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What a fabulous drive from Blenheim to Christchurch! I will post photos but I'm using both our phones as well as the camera so my pics to choose vary accordingly - sorry if they appear a bit random! Well Christchurch was obviously very beautiful before the earthquake. There is restoration building work happening everywhere !
... to this, and I can understand this. I imagine it would be like if Sydney lost the Opera House. Still Cathedral Square is a hub of activity for the city, and one of the new features is an installation called Planted Wheare, "affirming life and existence, alongside the acknowledgement of loss". The last leg of the tram route is through New Regent Street, which our driver Ian described as the best shopping in Christchurch, and we just happened to see the Wizard of Christchurch and ...
... this time, which meant that the things could not be cleared away. Sat for quite a while waiting for things to be taken away then there was the inevitable toilet dash. Long queues for half and hour or more. Very little sleep this trip for either of us, probably a little excited, can't think why. Tuesday 7th. No customs issues and reunited with family, Amanda and Katya and Nicky there. Great ...
... numerous times, and stopped for lunch. I arrived in Christchurch half hour later than planned and walked to the hostel ('Jailhouse' - a former prison). I met Franzie who was sitting out the front reading a guide book. We checked in and walked to the shops for some beers and cooked a pasta meal (with Franzie's ingredients) before ...
... cancelled we were moved to the 1:30pm tour. We spent the morning catching up with family and friends on Skype and then headed to the pier. When we arrived we were advised that the sea was very rough, and if you are not good at travelling then to stay on dry land.....we decided to take this option and have been moved to the 11am tour in the morning!! Apparently the chance of seeing dolphins when the sea is so rough is slim anyway.....fingers ...