Admiral Motel

168 Bealey Avenue, Christchurch, New Zealand
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Forum Posts

Whats the best way to see fox glazier

by helenfahey

i am traveling to nz in november and have about 3 days free to see fox glazier. we will be flying from auckland - is it best to fly into christchurch and go from there or where. is there any tours available - not too expensive. waht is the best way to do it??

RE: Whats the best way to see fox glazier

by vtveen

I think it is doable, but you will have to do a lot of driving/traveling in 3 days. You will need at least 6 hours from CHC to fox Glacier (one way) and could visit the glacier (with a guided walk) the second day of your visit.
There are also guided tours from CHC; to get an idea take a look at:

happy travels

Travel Tips for Christchurch

Currency Exchange at Cathedral Square 2

by Kate-Me

Here's your view of the ANZ currency exchange, while comfortably ensconced on their couch.

Yellow, orange, green -
what a colour scheme...

I guess you could call it 'funky' but those words aren't often used when describing banks!

Shakepearean THEME

by rozehill


Glass of house wine, 12oz tap beer, or coffee free with any main meal from menu ....special offer at times!!

Between 18.00 and 19.00 each night there is happy hour where pints are just $4.00

Sumner sundowner

by TheWanderingCamel

We wanted to go to the cinema on our last night in Christchurch but the film we wanted to see was only showing at one place - Hollywood Masters in Sumner.
"Where's that?" we asked.
"Right across town" - the reply. "It'll take you half an hour to get there from here!"

So off we set for Sumner - and we were so glad that we had. What a charming place it turned out to be. A seaside suburb to the south-east of the city centre, beyond the narrow mouth of the Avon Estuary, looking out over Pegasus Bay but facing north and with a headland and the heights of the Port Hills to protect it a little from the winds that blow up so fiercely here from the southern Pacific. No wonder it was one of the first parts in the Christchurch region to be settled.

There's a nice villagey feel to Sumner. The main street is lined with interesting shops and boutiques, there are lots of little restaurants and bars, and then there's the cinema - another of the quirky little picture houses in the vein of those in Wanaka and Akaroa.

The evening was drawing in when we got there - just time for a short walk along the beach as the last rays of the sun hit the headland - so off we went to the cinema (and a passable curry afterwards at Little India just down the road) but we're definitely coming back to Sumner next time we're in Christchurch. Then we'll come during the day, take a walk around the headland to the intriguingly named Taylor's Mistake, and find an outdoor cafe for a long lazy lunch - we might even take in a movie before we head back for the city centre.

Full of flavours

by rozehill about Fudge Cottage

In the Christchurch Arts Centre there is a wee cottage where they sell fudge. They offer tours of the fudge kitchen daily. Fudgemaking is a traditional art nourished and kept alive in the ancient houses of Europe. Now you can experience first hand the art of the fudegemaker in their fully air conditioned kitchen. Taste the world's freshest fudge as it pours HOT onto the cooling table. Delicious flavours such as Bailey's Irish Liquer, Chocolate, Macadamia Nut, Manuka Honey Russian and Kiwifruit.
We went on this tour and were offered many samples of all these flavours ....they were all so mourish!!

Christchurch International Airport (CHC)

by ATXtraveler

CHC airport is pretty simple and easy to navigate. We came in on a flight from Melbourne and had little trouble clearing customs, collecting our baggage and getting on the road. We flew in on Qantas, but there are plenty of choices when flying to CHC.

The following airports service CHC:

Air New Zealand
Qantas Airlines
Singapore Airlines
Pacific Blue
Freedom Air
Korean Air

We did not spend enough time in the airport to really notice anything out of the ordinary, but it did have all the conviences like Airline Loyalty lounges and the like.


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