Windsor Court Motel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Christchurch
... br> *Discounts as listed in the SIA Boarding Pass Privileges
*50% discount on a la carte food menu (food items only) at
designated food outlet, or otherwise stated, in the
*Unlimited rides on SIA Hop-on tourist bus services
*Singapore Cable Car (round-trip)
*Sentosa Island admission plus a choice of 2 attractions
(Fort Siloso, Songs of the Seas, Images ...
... next day we took a detour to Mt. Cook and it was a beautiful day to view the tallest mountain in Australasia. Despite our propensity to climb mountains this was a climb best left to the experts as it was meant to be quite treacherous. So we settled for a 3 hour hike to a viewing point where we could see the glacier receding leaving behind floating ice bobbing up and down. This meant that our arrival into Lake Tekapo was rather later than desired and as we stopped on ...
... phone. Anyway, the best she could do was a 2 bedroom motel unit in a Top 10 holiday park. Ok, that'll have to do. We confirmed it. She gave me the address and I wrote down exactly what she said "Crabson Street".
As we went into the city, we stopped and asked an obvious local hot to get to Crabson Street. They were mystified. This happened a few times. So I called i-Site and asked him to confirm the address. So spelled it out for me. C-R-A-N-F-O-R-D. ...
... resemble a war zone, a ghost town where buildings still show the damage caused by the earthquake, with offices left exactly as they were when everyone tried to escape at lunch time three years ago. But the city is recovering, for example there's a great shopping street called Re:start which has sprung up using shipping containers as retail outlets. We visited, and would highly recommend, Quake City, a fascinating exhibition ...
... and I as chefs for the dinner..... no pressure folks!!!! Turkey and ham on the menu but this whole Christmas in Summer thing is a bit disconcerting. Weird to see Christmas decorations in the warm sunshine not to mention poor Santas sweltering in the heat. Another thing is that houses that have Christmas lights only get the effect for a couple of hours at most as it is still bright here at 10pm. It's quite an experience. We are off to Picton with Tony on St Stephens Day and will be ...