5 Camp Street Guesthouse & Self-catering

5 Camp Street, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8001, South Africa | Hotel
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Day 2: DBN-CTN - Lost and found

A travel blog entry by karen612


... it! If I had know there was no parking I would have found another place. I lost it, I SAW RED!!! Things got a little bit ... "terse" with the rude receptionist and I threw a tantrum of note. Now I have to Un-recommend the place to some people and do the Hello Peter thing again. AAARGGGG!!! I should have paid attention to the warning signs then already. There was an ominous tone in the air. We stopped at V&A Waterfront and enjoyed a good ...

Spit or Swallow

A travel blog entry by alexobt

... then passing out in the car on the way back to the Town.
Is the day over? Oh no. We drive up to Signal Hill, one of the mountains that has a attractive lookout point where you can see both the sunset (somewhat mediocre in my opinion. Though I've developed a bit of snobbery about sunsets over the last few months) and most of the city. There we sip our sundowners (beers) and get in the way of the hotel tours (rich ...

A post holiday overview from Richard!

A travel blog entry by holyoake_key

... or water carrier, a combine harvester, a tractor and trailer, a carriage being pushed by a person, a vegetable trolley). Makes no difference if you`re coming out of a side street, whether you`re travelling against the traffic on a highway, going straight, going round a traffic circle, overtaking wherever you`d like, or turning into a side street against the flow of traffic, as long as you hoot and your front wheels are ahead of or in front of another vehicle, you have right ...

Braii, beaches, and bereavement

A travel blog entry by larafunk


... the week crept along though, we had our visit to Robben Island to look forward to. I was kind of unsettled about going to be honest. I didn’t really want to go to the lonely island where some many injustices had been done, where hundreds of innocent people fighting for equality during Apartheid had been sent. I guess I still have a hard time coming to terms with how inhumane we as humans can be. We are capable of so many amazing ...

Sunny Sunny Cape Town!

A travel blog entry by joshua_nash


... 7 km off the coast from Cape Town and was used as an island of banishment for lepers, the mentally insane, criminals and eventually political prisoners. It is most famous of course for being the prison that held Nelson Mandela for 18 of his 27 years of imprisonment. The ferry trip there and back was great and provided beautiful views of all of Cape Town and the looming Table Mountain in the background. As we arrived on the Island we were shown around the island on a tour ...

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This hotel, located on 5 Camp Street, Cape Town, is near District Six Museum, Castle of Good Hope, Abseil Africa, and Bo-Kaap Museum.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding