What to do on a lazy Sunday in New Zealand

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    "This is such a lovely cinema. It is huge, there are loads of cinema screens and each screen is massive! Having lots of screens means there are loads of options of what movies you can see at any one time, as well as lots of options of screening times for any given film. The big screens really make the movie-going-experience. If you book online, you can pre-order any treats and snacks to just pick up the lot together with your tickets. It is also part of the Westfield Mall complex, so you can buy anything from the supermarket, the food court or any of the bars and restaurants that line the mall. I just went and saw the new Star Trek film there and it was AWESOME!"
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    "Really nice relaxing vibe at this cafe. If you are a little the worse for ware on a Sunday, I recommend the boiled egg with five grain toast soldiers! Nice and gentle for your tummy! I love that their breakfasts come on bread boards and everything comes with lots of real butter. Yum!"
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    "Inside, sheltered from any potential bad weather, all sorts of beautiful and fragrant plants and flowers bloom inside this ornate glasshouse. The glasshouse is gorgeous and has a king of art deco look to it, with its high curved ceiling. Inside, there are several areas, including a central courtyard with ponds of bright goldfish and Grecian statues. There is also a fernery, which is really relaxing to walk through. Entry is free! Bonus! And if the weather is nice, you have the rest of the Domain to stroll through. Bring some bread and you can feed the birds at the pond. A couple of nice cafes throughout and of course Auckland Museum, which is free to Auckland residents (bring a local library card or a bill with an Auckland address as proof). Lots of options! It is a little breath of fresh air in the middle of the city; lovely to walk through!"
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    Silo Park

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    Auckland Central
    "Def the best thing to come out of the Rugby World Cup in my opinion! This is a lovely place to walk around and has events on frequently! Throughout the summer, they do screenings of films, which you can watch outdoors from the park. Everyone brings blankets, rugs, pillows, picnics and wine and gets cosy. The first one I went to was on a date! It was such a perfect date activity. We snuggled and drank wine and watched The Labyrinth! Other times I have gone with groups of friends, as pictured. They have sweet night markets with great food stands. The Mexikai truck has been frequenting there recently, which I have been very pleased about! The playground is really good. Lots of fun things, all in meticulous nautical theme, for kids and adults alike to play on. There is a really pretty water feature with an installation sculpture hovering over, which I like too. Also, you occasionally get to see a drunk person fall in it!  :/ Located right next to the string of great restaurants and bars along the Wynyard Quarter, you can always pop in somewhere for a meal or a drink too. The cinema screenings were free and I would like to thank Silo Park for putting them on! One of the highlights of my summer!"
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    "So satisfying, especially on a hungry Sunday tummy! Good bit of grease and stodge to help with any damage from the weekend! I lurve the vegetarian pizza they do with avocado, brie and cashew nuts oh my god."

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