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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Roodepoort
... on your own, but we did. The downside was that we could not locate the house of Nelson Mandela or Desmond Tutu.
We entered Johannesburg from a different angle and I was glad we did. Opinions about places are quickly formed and are not always correct if you don’t give things a fair chance. People may enter Brisbane, Sydney, Paris or Amsterdam from a certain side and may get a totally wrong feeling about the place. (Try entering London from the ...
... I am very proud of my fitting everything in a single smallish trolley bag. Anesh will take his usual ten minutes to pack his stuff - he can be such a show off sometimes. Now, to wake up in three hours time for the drive down. Let's see who will wake up at ...
... guns. Lots of vehicles were stopped but we were allowed through. The estate we are at now is beautiful and very picturesque. We all have our own suites with a fireplace and double French doors leading out to a patio overlooking a waterfall and pond. While out walking around the estate we saw zebras and springboks just grazing a few feet away from us. We are 6000 feet above sea level and as we are sitting here the mist is coming in and looking a little ...
... performance followed
by a buffet dinner featuring typically South African dishes. The buffet included a zebra stew and a
crocodile curry…..no I did not try them! I seem to have lost my ability to eat
exotic meats. J
Lion Park….located on the outskirts of
Johannesburg, this is an enclosed wildlife sanctuary, which is a larger more
natural version of a zoo…kind of like African Lion Safari park near ...
... on the walls, the sidewalks, it seemed everywhere. Although it was early and cold, there were some street vendors selling knickknacks, souvenirs and other wares. One, had made these great "sculptures" which were made or recycled paper. Very nice, decorative, and good for the earth too!!
A short dive away, we stopped at the Hector Pieterson museum. Hector was the young boy killed in June 1976 ...