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NZ Life & Leisure - - Destination/Dunedin -

Get­ting there: Air New Zealand flies to Dunedin from Auck­land, Welling­ton and Christchurch with con­nec­tions avail­able from all Air New Zealand ser­viced do­mes­tic air­ports. airnewzealand.co. nz Things to do: Throw away the car keys and en­joy what Dunedin has to of­fer on foot. Try: * A Dunedin street- art walk­ing tour with Vic­to­ria Gil­liand, dunedin­stree­tart.co. nz * A city walk­ing tour with Athol Parks, city­walks.co. nz * A lit­er­ary walk­ing tour with Bev­erly Martens, lit­er­ary­tours.nz Where to eat: Van­guard café in Princess Street has an ex­ten­sive day­time menu with the added bonus of views to three ma­jor street art­works. Have a sneak peak at the menu be­fore­hand at van­guard­cof­fee.co. nz If it’s cof­fee you are crav­ing, The Daily Cof­fee Com­pany on the op­po­site side of the street of­fers just that. And be­cause all the fo­cus and en­ergy is on the cof­fee, it’s re­ally good. face­book.com/ the- daily- cof­fee- co Dunedin’s Chi­nese Gar­den pro­vides a tran­quil space in which to be present with tea, steamed buns and dumplings, duned­inchi­ne­segar­den.com Where to stay: Dis­tinc­tion Dunedin in the orig­i­nal 1937 Chief Post Of­fice, dis­tinc­tion­ho­tels­dunedin.co. nz; Scenic Ho­tel Dunedin City and Scenic Ho­tel South­ern Cross ( both very cen­tral), sceni­chotel­group.co. nz

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