7 Church Street Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On Wednesday we walked around the south western side of Cape Town and in the city's shopping area, along Long and Loop Streets and Green Square Markets. Our hotel is in the parliament precinct and near to "The Company Gardens", a large area that was originally used by the Dutch East India Company to grow produce to replenish their ships on their way to the spice islands of Indonesia. Bartolomeu Dias (who we learned about in Lisbon) was the first European known to ...
... caramel and salt ice cream. Tuesday, in spite of the rain, we set out for the Cape of Good Hope, the most southern point where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. Leaving Cape Town, we passed Constantia, home of the oldest winery in South Africa. Our guide knew of the Kentucky connection to a winery owned by the family of Graham Beck who also owned a horse farm in Lexington. I think Kennedy is a classmate of a grandson. The scenic drive between the mountains and the ...
Montagu was more of a quaint village and we stopped off at the dried fruit factory and drove around a bit. We had been advised to explore the adjacent towns of Robertson and Bonnievale. However, we found these a bit boring and there was nothing to see. It was the surrounding landscape and vineyards that were beautiful. As we were in wine country, we decided to do a wine tasting session. Tom ordered the wine ...
... and blood pressure cuffs the other day (which we plan to donate) and wanted to be sure they knew how to use them. Our afternoon excursion we chose on a whim. In my Top 10 Cape Town activities, the only thing we didn't have on our scheduled agenda was the Kirstenbach Botanical Gardens. So the students decided we needed to go. To complete the list of course. The weather is holding out for us in a big way, so we are taking advantage of the ...
... in the ticket office. We let ourselves be talked into a half hour sunset cruise of the harbor which offers splendid views of Table Mountain and the city from the boat.
The beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is quite far from the city centre and we even managed to use the city's meager bus services to get to it on a beautiful sunny afternoon. Located beneath the far side of Table Mountain (close to where the Newlands Cricket Ground is) ...