Auberge La Dauphine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... through town, we put our best dress on ready for some wine tasting! The weather was perfect, no cloud in the sky and very warm. We walked to the centre of town to the wine tram office to collect our wine tour tickets. Today we would be travelling around the vineyards on a classic bus and tram. Franschhoek town feels very french and out of a film set. Every building is perfect, no paint chip to be seen. After a quick look around town we were being ushered to ...
... was in the clinic talking with the 5th and 6th year medical students where I definitely would have preferred to be but there wasn't any room. After we were done with the screening, luckily I was able to go into a more private room that had medical students. They were quizzing each other and asking each other questions and it was super cool!! They were even talking about stuff that I actually new about! So I was able to actually learn from them. I wish I would have ...
... ago when we were here. We followed Dieter’s suggestion and came here from Cape Town for a day trip to eat at a particular restaurant, La Petite Ferme. The memories of that meal and that day still linger with us. We had very little time in Franschhoek that day and we vowed to return to explore it a little more.
We travel via Villiersdorp and enjoy the undulating land and the fields of hay bails and sheep that we pass. ...
Did several wineries including Graham Beck and Le Petite Ferme in Franschhoek and then traveled up to Stellenbosch for some more wine visiting including Thelema and Jordan. Beautiful country.... Pictures will do it no justice. WIne and food were fabulous but the family visits were the best.
... a training facility in the local community.
Then we had ...