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  • James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor - Located in the heart of Wellington

    Skip to main content Home »JAMES COOK HOTEL GRAND CHANCELLOR - Wellington JAMES COOK HOTEL GRAND CHANCELLOR - Wellington Visit Web Site Located in the heart of Wellington, close to the major shopping precinct of Lambton Quay. Short walk to all major attractions. Guests can enjoy well-appointed…

  • New Zealand Tourism Newsletter November 2006

    …check out what some tourism operators are doing with the audio visual on their own site R&R Quality Campervans, Abel Tasman Apartments or James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor. Remember, this audio visual product is designed to be cost effective and compelling, with the images and sound combination…

  • Doubtless Bay History Information New Zealand

    …as the 'birthplace of a nation'. Early History In 1769, Captain James Cook sailed past the entrance to Doubtless Bay and recorded in his journal "doubtless a bay", hence where the name came from. Unknown to James Cook, a French ship of Francois Marie de Surville was anchored within the…

  • Tauranga History Information New Zealand

    James Cook, who in November 1769, sailed past Mauao. James Cook's explorations paved the way for European settlement. Traders in flax were active in the Bay of Plenty during the 1830s; some were transient, others married local women and settled permanently. The first permanent trader was James

  • Bay of Plenty New Zealand History Information, History of Bay of Plenty NZ

    …about 1290 AD. Travel Insurance NZ DVDs NZ Products NZ Holiday Deals Bay of Plenty History Overview The Bay of Plenty was aptly named by Captain James Cook on his discovery in 1769. The region today remains one of New Zealand's premier holiday destinations surrounded by white sand beaches, awesome…

  • Akaroa History New Zealand

    …The French still established a settlement and the French influence is still visible today. British Settlement On February 16th, 1770, Captain James Cook in the "Endeavour" sighted Banks "Island" Peninsula. After being informed of the French intent to colonise Akaroa and use the…

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