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Excellent message and excellent work.  Well done, girls.
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That was fun! Clive is amazing.
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can anyone tell me how to set a row as a header row in a google doc spreadsheet? 
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Yay! I can stop copying into Excel, sorting and then copying back again!
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Why would you remove the volume power button flex cable from the frame?  That adhesive doesn't work well a second time.  And are you supposed to replace all the copper tape you tear off before reassembling?  Reassembling isn't just reversing your steps here, there were things that were destroyed in the process.  Something about the necessity of replacing them would be really helpful.  Or a pointer to the reassembly instructions.  Or ANYTHING.
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Thank you for your input. The copper tape is used as a heat shield and should be reinstalled. Once the screen has been installed in the frame you should be able to reassemble in reverse.
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I can't adequately express with words how happy this place makes me. The staff are kind and friendly and solicitous to the point of silliness. The atmosphere is excellent, the bands they schedule to play are awesome, and the food is great. Whenever I'm in Wellington, this is my new hangout. Thank you, Thunderbird. You make me feel loved.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
If you are an American in NZ, this is as close as you're going to get to "real" pizza. Yum yum!! The dine-in experience is a bit rough, but the service is friendly and efficient. And the price is right. Great wine and beer selection too. Highly recommend before going to a show in town!
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This was a wonderful, educational stop with kids. They mostly have keyboard-based instruments, but there were plenty of other exotic instruments as well, and lots of historical items. Our guide was funny, knowledgeable and talented, demonstrating most of the instruments for us. We were there off-peak, so the cafe wasn't operating, but the nearby Durnam Stump Tea Rooms are very good. Give yourself at least a couple of hours to get full value from this site! There's a lot to see! Aside from the main building, there is an old church, farmhouse, and workshop, all full of interesting things to see. They also have a stage in the main building where there are periodic concerts. Highly recommended!
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Perfectly serviceable if you're just looking for a bed for the night. No microwave in the room. No couch in the one bedroom suite, though there was plenty of room. Beds comfy, rooms clean. Staff friendly, but seem not to know that you can buy milk at a service station. Recommended I drive to grocery store a short distance away instead of walk to the petrol station with convenience store on the corner.
Quality: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Great guys to work with. And they accept whiteware for recycling at no charge. Lawries Transfer Station in Snells charges $15.50/piece!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
You can CUDDLE A WOMBAT. We were first in the gate on a slow Tuesday morning, so had the place almost all to ourselves. The staff were all very friendly and accommodating. Lauren in the gift shop/ticket office helped us organise a "wombat experience," and Luke the wombat keeper was just wonderful, filling us in with everything you'd ever want to know about wombats and introducing us to all of his charges. The kangaroos are mellow and friendly, and don't mind a pat or a cuddle while you're feeding them. A large flock of cockatoos reel around overhead. Steer clear of the swans and llamas! They don't want to know you! But their emus are far friendlier than your garden variety emu, and not nearly as scary as they look. Give yourself a couple hours to see all the critters and enjoy just hanging out with them.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Really expensive for what it is, I thought. The rude waitress is still there, but we were the only ones in the place (lunch on a Tuesday), and we were greeted by the cook at the door, so we missed out on the surly, "do you wanna eat?" On the upside, it's a cool old historic building, and the food is really really good. On the downside, it's all stairs, so if you have a problem with those, give it a miss. The toilets are two flights up.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Good
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