Auberge La Dauphine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Guard dog project (purchasing or breeding, and providing veterinary support for working dogs who are placed with farmers as non-lethal predator control). Mr Know it all sort of behaved.
Off to another winery for an olive and wine tasting - SO good. Limited time so we tasted 3 different wines. Mr Know it all wanted to taste 4! We reminded him that we needed to be back at the hotel in time to leave by 6 but didn't seem to make much difference - he took ...
11 Oct It was a perfect day in Franschhoek and we woke to the most incredible view from our balcony of clouds spilling over the mountains. We chose to spend the day in town and we only had to step out of our unit and we were on the main street. We strolled through the Saturday morning markets, bought strawberries, fresh juice and a bacon and egg roll and looked at all the knick knack stalls. We did a tour of a small chocolate factory which was ...
... to create that perfect piece of art and Muratie understands this. It seems as if all the energy in this place went into the wine, neglecting absolutely everything else, with the gardens far from what the plans meant for it to be, the furniture delapitated, old and dusty (to say the least), but yet everything here screams authentic and I love it.
You can smell the passion and focus that goes into the art here - so much so that nothing else matters. The interior ...
... the historical and political reasons for it. It was a really interesting discussion, particularly in light of my impression of Cape Town as a beautiful city with massive infrastructure and planning challenges. That's basically the theme of her research, and we talked a lot about cities around the world and how they cope with their unique urbanization challenges in different ways.
We landed right on schedule, and I picked up ...
... can be used to warn of disease. But mostly, they are here for the pure romance of it all. Red and white roses. He says he wants to see a mouse jump at 50 paces and so the grasses between his rows are kept trimmed or clear. He talks about how important it is to have a dry growing season so the grapes stay nice and small. They want a low yield that packs a punch; they don’t want large grapes that yield a watery result. John is ...