Crane's Nest Guesthouse Boshoff Street

212 Boshoff Street, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0075, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 212 Boshoff Street, Pretoria, is near President Paul Kruger House, Sammy Marks House, Melrose House, and Kruger House Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Pretoria to Dinokeng Game Reserve

A travel blog entry by patricia1957 on Nov 16, 2013

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... stone deaf and once she found out that the majority of us were from Australia she switched to speak perfect English! What a character! After a spot of lunch especially prepared for us at a local tavern we made our way into Dinokeng Game Reserve. A few of the boys were fortunate enough to have a guided motorcycle ride through the park - one of the only game reserves to allow this. The girls and some of ...

First week with Cora and Mieka

A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Oct 24, 2012

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... of the day was spent doing a bit of laundry, checking email and updating our journal.

With a bit of energy regained, we popped over to a new restaurant Cora wanted to try: Pizza and Vino and we all had delicious pizzas and split two jugs of sangria. In the evening we watched X-Factor and Zoo Keeper, which was quite funny. It wasn’t until a little later on that Erik and I both suffered a bit of digestive upset. Was it the pizza or the ...

Abhorrent Apartheid

A travel blog entry by binni on Apr 25, 2012

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... and you must walk through the corresponding entrance gate. If there is something that stuck out to me, it was a section of the museum that talked about white supporters for apartheid coming from a range of backgrounds including doctors, lawyers, and teachers. It’s easy to think that people who are uneducated would have been supporters, and I’m sure they were, but supporters came from all walks of life. I find that quite scary to be honest. These guys were presumably good ...

(No) Visas

A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Jun 01, 2011

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I came to this town to look for some visas. Initially this task seemed to hold some promise, as pretty much all African countries have representation here. Hopefully I could get a whole host here. Hmm.

There were plenty of visas I could get if I wanted, but most seemed surprisingly expensive. I think I'll try and get those further along the journey. The rest were too bureaucratic to get so I’ll chance my arm later too.
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Township living

A travel blog entry by walkietalkie on Mar 17, 2011

... they are undervalued. But there does seem to be a very defeated, down trodden attitude here. I always feel with kids you get out what you put in and I'm surprised by the classes that I sit in on at how little is actually put in. Most of the teachers don't seem to be here for the love and respect of the importance of the job as we often see in the West.  This is very much a means to an income and so i shouldn't compare apples with oranges. I cant help but wonder though, if ...