Capital House Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
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... the UK - what I do enjoy when I go back is visits to certain places and seeing certain friends and ex-colleagues. I also think that the UK is the best place in the world for good birthday, Christmas and greeting cards. You also cannot beat fish and chips in the UK and in my last visit I reacquainted myself with some foods from my mis-spent youth! I used to eat lunch in the pub often and my two favorite toasted sandwiches were corned ...
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... did not follow any guideline laid down by the guidebooks. It was guided by memory. The long 7km walk from Hatfield, took us through the leafy Arcadia neighborhood (dotted with many embassies, high commissions and consulates), along Church Street (now renamed to Stanza Bopape Street) for our first big stop at the Union Buildings. The lawns were empty and V tried to sit down near the spot he had occupied ...
... for the type of riding we were planning on doing.
On the road!! What an AMAZING RIDE!!! Over 440 Kms! The roads were unbelievable!! I was very surprised with the local infrastructure, roads etc. All the roads were perfect!! Surprising number of cops setting up radar!! We survived the first day with one dumped bike, one bloody nose and one bee sting!!
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