Tudor Court Motel

57 Bealey Avenue, Christchurch, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, 8014, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on 57 Bealey Avenue, Christchurch, is near Christchurch Casino, Victoria Park, Victoria Street Clock Tower, and Victoria Square.
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    Travel Blogs from Christchurch

    Christchurch - a city in progress

    A travel blog entry by nloon on Apr 03, 2014

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    ... and retro fitted with a fridge, cooker, storage space and an expandable bed that you can pop out the back! Nice to drive as well! We didn't venture too far today, our first day in camper van land, as we need to learn how to use our new toy! Travelled out from Christchurch to Lyttelton via the Summit Road and then onto Akaroa that lies in the caldera of an extinct volcano! Some really beautiful views along the way, the clouds at ...

    From bikers to tramps in just a few days

    A travel blog entry by bryanfennell on Mar 30, 2014

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    ... br> In Kaikoura, we went out to the sea to see the whales. This was our first time to see a Sperm Whale. Amazingly, this giant creature lives along this shore for most of the year. The tour guides are pro's at finding the whale. The giant didn't seem to care that we were close by and just chilled out for long enough to fill his lungs before diving down to the bottom of the sea to grab some lunch.
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    Day 172 Christchurch

    A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Mar 06, 2014

    ... All the buildings around the area were ruined. There were cracks covering most of the roads and side walk. This earthquake screwed this place up royally and it will take a long time until it recovers. As walking around the city took less time than we originally thought we went out to buy some supplies for breakfast for when we could check in. The driving around the city was again a nightmare. We got lost, stuck ...

    The transitional city

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Feb 20, 2014

    3 photos

    ... length' film with residents giving their quake experience and that is very effective and a varied view of what people went through, from the lady rescued from the cathedral to the policeman who had to take prisoners from basement cells, find a judge and conduct an impromptu court session by the river in order to process them. It's not a huge museum but doesn't need to be-just make sure you watch plenty of the video, or you'll ...

    The journey and opening day!

    A travel blog entry by philg on Feb 02, 2014

    12 photos

    ... believe! The house will have to be demolished after the earthquake but it really is a stunning place - rickety or not! We were met by two rather noisy inhabitants, the dogs and walked up the rather steep garden path to see Steph's husband Aaron, and their two children Ngaio and Christopher aka Vuey. It's weird I've been sending a little Xmas presents to Ngaio for the last 7 years and 3 year for Vuey - weird but very lovely to meet them after all this time! So we were shown to our ...