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Grocery or Supermarket
“Very well stocked local supermarket - their bakery / deli isnt too bad and wine selection includes lots of the local produce - great place to stock up before you head over to us”
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Кафе
“People are raving about this place - great French food. We are going to get down there soon to sample.”
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Ресторан
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Jewelry Store
“Shop for amazing paua jewelry and iconic New Zealand gifts here and have a fun and interesting time seeing the workshop making the jewelry. Even if you don't want to buy anything it's worth a look, I enjoy going there with friends and have been over twenty times. Super friendly staff can help you pick out gifts or show you the back workshop. ”
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Бар
“Great atmosphere, super friendly people and a great night out. Explore the brewery and have a glass of beer or wine in the sun!”
  • Рекомендует 1 местный житель
Ресторан
“Yummy affordable food with always happy staff and beautiful decor. We choose this place the most when wanting to eat out for dinner and their chocolate cake is the best you'll ever have!”
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Кафе
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Кабинет стоматолога
“Carterton (Māori: Taratahi) is a small town in the Wellington Region of New Zealand and the seat of the Carterton District It lies in a farming area of the Wairarapa in New Zealand's North Island. It is located 14 kilometres southwest of Masterton Carterton was founded in 1857. Originally known as Three Mile Bush, it served as housing for workers building the road between Wellington and Masterton. It was later renamed after Charles Carter, who was in charge of the building of the Black Bridge over the Waiohine River south of the town. The town describes itself as New Zealand's daffodil capital, holding a Daffodil Festival each year on the second Sunday in September, with the main event taking place at Middle Run Farm, along Gladstone Road.”
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