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EXIT FOR TOURISTS Today's Today's Weather Weather This Weeks Weather What to do in the city Places to stay Places to eat Back 68 F / 20 C Showers Humidity:88%

Dew Point:64 F / 18 C Wind:18 mph / 30 km/h from the NNE Pressure:29.53 in / 1000 hPa Visibility:12.4 miles / 20.0 kilometres UV:0 out of 16Clouds:Few 2000 ft / 609 m Mostly Cloudy 3500 ft / 1066 m Back Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday 77 | 59

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temperature Friday The Skytower Auckland museum Auckland Zoo Dolphin and whales Other Things to do Back At 328 metres Sky Tower is the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere, offering breath-taking views for more than 80 kilometres in every direction.

Pictures Sky Tower changes lighting colours to raise awareness of various charity or sponsorship events SKYCITY is involved in. Quick ride ... Three glass-fronted elevators can take 225 people to the observation levels every 15 minutes. The elevators travel at 18km per hour and the ride takes only 40 seconds.... Long walk There are 1,267 steps from the base of Sky Tower to Sky Deck. It would take someone 29 minutes to reach Sky Deck walking at 4km Views as far as you

can see On a clear day you can see approximately 82 kilometres from Sky Tower. That's as far north as Leigh Peninsula, as far east as Great Barrier Island, as far west as the Waitakere Ranges, and as far south as the Bombay Hills. Tour Back Standing on glass floors Back Address: Auckland Zoological Park Motions Road, Western Springs, Auckland Find out more about Adopt an Animal Private Bag, Grey Lynn, Auckland

New Zealand Telephone: 64 9 360 3800 Information Line: 64 9 360 3819 Facsimile: 64 9 360 3818 Email: [email protected] Hours: Auckland Zoo is open every day (excluding Christmas Day) from 9.30am - 5.30pm (last admissions at 4.15pm.) From 1st June - 31st August Auckland Zoo closes at 5:00pm. Auckland zoo is a great place for a fun family day out. It is child friendly so there is a lot of things for the kids to do and enjoy, they can simply explore the zoo looking at the different animals or they can join educational groups or go

to the park. For more information: Adults - $16.00 Children - $8.00 (aged 4 - 15 years) Senior Citizens - $12.00 (with ID) Students - $12.00 (with student identification) Family rates 1 Adult + 2 children - $30.00 2 Adults + 2 children - $46.00 1 Adult + 3 children - $38.00 2 Adults + 3 children - $53.00 1 Adult + 4 children - $43.00 2 Adults + 4 children - $58.00 http://www.aucklandzoo.co.nz/index.php The Hauraki Gulf is one of the worlds

richest habitats for marine mammals: 22 species of dolphins and whales have been found here. Auckland's Dolphin and Whale Safari are the only Auckland operator permitted to show you whales, dolphins and other fascinating marine animals in their natural environment. With a 96% sighting rate all year round, Dolphin and Whale Safari offer a guaranteed viewing of dolphins or whales, as well as many other captivating animals on every trip. Back Postal Address: PO Box 105-337 Auckland City Phone: 64 9 357 6032 Email: [email protected] Web: www.explorenz.co.nz Back

Auckland Art Gallery has the most extensive collection of national and international art in New Zealand. A public art gallery located within two buildings, the main gallery and the new gallery, it exhibits work from its collection along with a programme of national and international touring exhibitions. For more information: http://www.aucklandartgallery.co.nz/ Back Auckland museum- http://www.aucklandmuseum.com Star dome- http://www.stardome.org.nz/ Motat- http://www.motat.org.nz/ Waiheke Island- http://www.gotowaiheke.com/ The Maritime Museum- http://www.nzmaritime.org.nz/home.html Underwater museum- http://www.kellytarltons.co.nz/home/page.aspx

Back Ascott Metropolis Boatshed Langham Hotel Carlton Hotel Sky City hotel Back Ascott Metropolis Auckland provides a luxurious haven in the centre of New Zealand's largest city. The hotel Has 315 luxury suites & all suites are meticulously designed with windows opening out to spectacular views of the harbour, the bustling city and the greenery of Albert Park. and High

Street, the hotel is in the midst of cafes and restaurants. You can take a plunge in the indoor heated lap pool, relax in the spa pools, sauna and steam room, or work out in the fully equipped gymnasium. Address: Ascott Metropolis Auckland (The) 1, Courthouse Lane Auckland New Zealand Back Located towards the edge of the central city area, near to the University, and Auckland Domain. A few minutes walk to Queen Street shopping. Hotel operates a complimentary shuttle to the city centre, theatres and waterfront. It has refurbished rooms and public areas in. The hotel is very close to the centre (walking distance), it

is in a quiet location, near a large park. The hotel tends to have a lot of corporate guests so can be a bit more formal in comparison to other hotels of the same quality in the city. Address: Langham Hotel Auckland (The) 83 Symonds Street Post Box 2771 Auckland New Zealand Back The Carlton Hotel is situated in the heart of Auckland, the City of Sails. This largest and most luxurious hotel of New Zealand is located within walking distance of some of the world's finest restaurants, shops, galleries and museums, and of course Auckland's exciting America's Cup village. The Carlton Hotel Auckland has one of the largest capacity ballrooms in Auckland as well as a range of many intimate rooms for smaller functions. The highly skilled and

experienced team of chefs and event specialists will ensure your event happens effortlessly on the day and is truly a memorable and successful experience for everyone involved. The fully equipped gymnasium complex provides total relaxation at any time of the day, and features a heated indoor lap pool and sauna, as well as the soothing ambience of Japanese roof garden. Address: Carlton Hotel Auckland Corner Mayoral Drive and Vincent Street Auckland City Central Auckland 1036 New Zealand Back Located 35 minutes from the heart of Auckland, The Boatshed is just five minutes from the ferry terminal, a few minutes onto the beach and a gentle stroll to the island village. The Boatshed, overlooking little Oneroa Bay, offers luxury accommodation in a relaxed island setting. With the

finest attention to detail, it is a boutique seaside hotel that truly captures the essence of island life in New Zealand. Inspired by the early 1900 boatsheds, and some of the most desirable homes and retreats internationally, the lodge offers just that, in the most unpretentious setting. All en suite rooms are sumptuously fitted, with open fireplaces, bathroom amenities and a host of modern conveniences. Dinner is a special occasion, and delicacies are sourced daily with a focus on fresh, organic produce, succulent seafood and gourmet meat cuts. Address: Boatshed (The) Crn Tawa and Huia Street Little Oneroa, Waiheke Island Auckland New Zealand Back A fantastic addition to Auckland hotels. Opened in

April 2005, and designed to provide additional high quality rooms for conferences or higher budget leisure guests who want to be close to the Casino and other city centre facilities. All rooms are very spacious and beautifully furnished. The hotel opened in April 2005, so all rooms are brand new. Lower level rooms have city views, higher floors have panoramic harbour/city views. Standard inclusions are; tea/coffee facilities, iron/ironing board, mini-bar, TV and in house movies. Address: Sky city Grand Hotel Auckland 90 Federal Street Auckland New Zealand Back restaurants cafes

For a bigger selection of cafes: http://www.hotcity.co.nz/listings/cafes.asp For a bigger selection of Restaurants: http://www.hotcity.co.nz/listings/restaurants.asp Bollywood Restaurant Gault at George One Red Dog Address:110 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby, Auckland New Zealand (NZ) Bolliwood Restaurant, commonly misspelt as Bollywood Restaurant is fantastic for both large groups, and the intimate twosome. Bolliwood / Bollywood Restaurant is our most popular restaurant and ably looked after by owner Raj Grewal and manager Mani Sidhu. Under the previous ownership Bolliwood / Bollywood Indian

restaurant was named as Best Indian Restaurant in the Metro Magazine Jan 2003. It was also a recipient of the Good Food eating out awards, Category winner: Best Indian Restaurant New Zealand. With daily specials, an extensive wine, beer and cocktail range, and a kitchen that cooks until midnight every night, you will be assured of hospitality whenever you visit. This restaurant has a very good menu including a children one. The prices are good and no to expensive, and most of all the food is very good! Sample Menu

starters and snacks + baked bread loaf 5.00 with olive oil + balsamic + cornbread 9.00 with guacamole + tomato salsa + classic shrimp cocktail 9.00 with thousand island dressing + chicken liver pate 11.50

with red dog relish + toast salads + spinach salad 15.50 baby spinach, streaky bacon, apple, blue cheese, toasted walnut + cider vinaigrette + lamb salad 15.00 lamb marinated in soy + rosemary on salad greens with mint + mandarin dressing + classic tuna Nioise 15.50 tuna with baby potato, green beans, cherry tomato, olives, boiled egg + anchovy dressing pasta All $16.50 + carbonara streaky bacon, mushrooms, parmesan + fettuccine + smoked chicken with mushrooms in a basil pesto cream sauce + tagliatelle + put tanesca chorizo in the classic whores sauce + penne pizzas Medium - $17.50 Large - $25.90

+ Teriyaki Lamb lamb marinated in red wine, honey and garlic with bean sprouts, mushrooms + teriyaki sauce + Hawaii Five O double smoked ham, fresh pineapple + plum sauce + The Fastest Indian real tandoori chicken with red onion, poppadoms + buttered chicken sauce + Eating Nemo smoked salmon, smoked warehou, smoked mussels + cream cheese + The Blues blue cheese, broccoli, sun dried tomatoes + olives + Beef & Barnaise seared beef, caramelised onion, portobello mushrooms, red peppers + barnaise sauce + Miss Daisy beef and mushrooms braised in a worchester sauce with roasted potatoes + green capsicum + Have You Fed The dog Deer venison salami, portobello mushrooms, baby spinach + redcurrant

Contemporary, NZ$20 to NZ$30, Parnell Simon Gault, a chef of formidable experience and reputation, helmed several top restaurants in Auckland but then dropped off the public radar for two years when America's Cup competitor Larry Ellison hired him as his personal chef. Now Gault is back and delivering subtle, exquisite, Italian-influenced cuisine to the rest of us. The menu showcases the best New Zealand produce in dishes such as prawn gnocchi with Waikanae crab and Akaroa salmon smoked over vine leaves. The relaxed, high-ceilinged room hums efficiently under the hands of a knowledgeable and friendly staff. AE, DC, MC, V. Address: 144 Parnell Rd., Auckland, New Zealand Phone: 09/358-2600 Robert Harris Starbucks

Address:280 Centre Level 2, 280 Centre, 280 Queen Street, Auckland Robert Harris Caf looks very nice - it's well presented and fits into the mall well. It's popular (and busy!) and the staff are friendly and helpful. It has some standard cafe-style tables, and some soft chairs Robert Harris is not that expensive and is ery good to go sit back and enjoy a coffee. It has n option of both hot and cold drink and has a large selection of sandwiches and cakes. Starbucks purchases and roasts highquality whole bean coffees and sells them along with fresh, rich-brewed, Italian style espresso beverages, a variety of pastries and confections, and

coffee-related accessories and equipment -- primarily through its company-operated retail stores. Starbucks also offers a line of innovative premium teas produced by its wholly owned subsidiary, Tazo Tea Company.

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