Glen Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlen Boutique Hotel Cape Town
Lovely hotel with a good view, close to everything and the staff are lovely. I would definitely recommend this hotel to all my friends and colleagues as I always felt extremely welcome and comfortable. Plus the quality of the food is 5 star restaurant quality. I am very happy with this hotel and enjoyed my stay.
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After 27 hours and 25 minutes sitting on a plane I have finally arrived in Cape Town. I arrived in Cape Town at about 4:25 in the afternoon, so I made my way to my hotel, which I must say is excellent and then made my way around town to do some sightseeing and exploring. I kept it simple tonight and relaxed in my hotel room and ordered …
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Next we visited Boulder Penguins at Boulder park! PENGUINS!!! I love penguins and can't get enough of these waddling tuxedos. Another wonderful setting in South Africa. The tour guide asked us not to touch the water - not sure why - so of course Andrew and I went to take pictures and put our hands in the water to see how cold the water was (shhhh!). Lunch at Boulder was nice. It would have been nice ...
... don’t really want to travel into the inner city. Jo-berg is notoriously known for its crime and it was advised to us from many people we met from South Africa along our travels to not go into the city. Luckily, within 2-3 kms of Bob’s Bunkhouse was every kind of store we needed in order to buy the camping supplies we needed.
Brock spent the two days we were in Jo-berg lying in bed being sick and I did the shopping that we needed to do. I ...
... houses of the people we know from Melbourne. A quick trip to his local milk bar saw the kids enjoying a Jelly Belly icy pole for the first time. Very yummy.
On our itinerary we had included Adderley Street lights. So a quick trip into the city saw us moving right up Adderley St and under the lights but as it was still daylight we could not see them and we were just too tired to go back once it got dark. Hopefully once we are over our jet lag ...
... off for my first mission: Seeing the city from the top.
Cape Town is a very distinguishable city, with Table Mountain rising dramatically on the horizon from nearly any vantage point around the peninsula. It makes Mount Royal look like a speed bump in comparison. Lots of people climb Table Mountain and there's also a cable car that runs up. Unfortunately, when I went to get my ticket for the cable car, I learned it was closed today due to high ...