Castello San Giuseppe Bed & Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Castello San Giuseppe Bed & Breakfast Milnerton
Travel Blogs from Milnerton
... family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We got back to the digs about half 8 where the cool breeze was a welcome relief and a cold shower washed the dust and heat of the day off, it was a long hot day.
... Town (reminded me of Darling Harbour in Sydney for those that have been) with all the restaurants and shops along the water. Unfortunately we then had to say bye to them, sad times as we have all come so far together. Another two bite the hat. Tonight we went ours for our final and unorganized dinner and ended up at a pizza and burger place where I was final table to try Ostrich in a burger and it was delicious. Totally recommend it (for those in London they have them at Borough market). ...
... were like saddles - you sat astride them and hung on the handles of the seat back in front of you. We took off and had a blast crashing into waves and over huge swells. Pam, Bonnie and I seemed to be on the wet side and were pretty soaked in saltwater by the end. At the point we turned back, the view of the city with Table Mountain in the background was stunning. We wandered about the mall a it, had lunch at a pub where we got a free Castle Light Lime beer ...
... was cool. Perhaps one of the better parts was there tank with a
mermaids’ purse, a shark embryo. Though I’d heard of these and even seen
pictures they are so cool to see for myself. Around the aquarium there were a
series of quotes about water, I think from the aquarium staff, some good and
some bad. Upon leaving I couldn’t help but buy myself a fossilised ragged tooth
... possible with their background, I'm not sure). The children are also extremely aggressive and violent towards each other, again a product of what they see at home and on the streets of the townships. Finally, I was told on my first day never to smile and laugh around the children, as it gives the wrong message. Yet when we arrive in the morning, they all run up to us and hug us, and want to hold our hands. Clearly what is missing from ...