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Las mejores cafeterías en Oamaru

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“World famous and you need to see them, fascinating natural formation and great walk along the beach”
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“Being someone who loves and drinks coffee to function, Tees Street not only have the best coffee (supreme) but has excellent food to match. The atmosphere is intimate and has a great feel.”
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“Located beside Friendly Bay on the Esplanade, The Galley is a Steam Punk style cafe offering food from the cabinet or menu. This is where the Alps to Ocean cycle trail finishes”
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“One of the Waitaki Valley's best wine producers, with a tasting/sales room and light meals available.”
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“Vanessa's Cottage Cafe has the award winning pies, lovely bake goodies and wonderful coffee. Great place to catch up with friends or just relax enjoying the moment.”
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“If you take the coastal road on your way to or from the Moeraki Boulders don´t miss the Coast Cafe! Great takeaway Fish and Chips, fresh blue cod. Enjoy a coffee with delicious homemade cakes, while taking in the stunning sea views. Delish! Open ONLY Thursday-Sunday”
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“Traditional breads, cakes and delicious baked goods. German-style hot lunches daily.”
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“Note the width of the main street, this was to ensure ease in turning ox carts. The Main Street is home to many significant buildings including the Oamaru Museum, Library, the Opera House, the Forrester Gallery, Information Centre and the former Post Office (now Waitaki District HISTORIC PRECINCT Council Offices)”
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“The Victorian Precinct: Consisting of only a couple of blocks centred on Harbour and Tyne Sts, this atmospheric enclave has some of NZ’s best-preserved Victorian commercial buildings. It's also ground zero for all that is hip, cool and freaky in Oamaru, and one of the most fun places to window-shop in the entire South Island.”
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