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  Reply # 704318 21-Oct-2012 14:42
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Good thread. I'm heading down to Wellington on the 9th for a long weekend so I'll be able to check out some of these.

Potentially inflammatory question: Where do I find the best coffee in Wellington?

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  Reply # 704321 21-Oct-2012 14:48
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nickd: Good thread. I'm heading down to Wellington on the 9th for a long weekend so I'll be able to check out some of these.

Potentially inflammatory question: Where do I find the best coffee in Wellington?


There are coffee places almost every 3rd store in Wellington, so I think they are all as good as one another. Somewhere down Cuba street perhaps which is a more laid back/alternative area.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 704345 21-Oct-2012 16:46
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I am looking for family oriented things to do in Wellington and I noticed BrentR mentioned the Weta Cave. That sounds kind of interesting. Is it just a shop with some displays, or can you actually see where and how Weta does its creating as well?

Edit: Never mind, found the answer to my question on their website. Still interested in feedback from anyone who has visited though.




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