Montpellier Guesthouse

221 Delphinus Street, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0181, South Africa | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Montpellier Guesthouse Pretoria

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Summary of all Site Visits

A travel blog entry by onestepahead on Aug 22, 2013

19 photos

... 8221;
250 American companies in SA, hiring very difficult, job growth must mainly come from entrepreneurship while technology and capital must come from big companies (including FDI and MNE). However it takes 6 weeks to start a small business.
14ml taxpayers in SA but 16ml receive social grants.
Recognition of 11 official languages was nice to unite ...

Thoughts on paper

A travel blog entry by lpatterton on Nov 23, 2012

43 photos

2 weeks to go, and still to do

  • canon 5D service
  • opera tickets
  • directions to accommodation
  • transport options
  • scan passport, flight ticket, insurance, accommodation

Adding a few photos of some small towns I visited when in the Czech Republic during December 2009. The towns were Cesky ...

Life's Love Story

A travel blog entry by marielbird on Feb 17, 2011

1 photo

... happily to one another across the big round tables the Embassy had provided for them, had only this - a small building on the University campus in their township that provided afterschool programs and homework help - to look forward to each afternoon. But what happened when the building closed for the evening? Where did the kids go? Looking around, I knew that some students would be heading to homes with a mother and father, maybe ...

So close but so far

A travel blog entry by footloose_steve on Jun 26, 2010

3 comments, 6 photos

... get tickets. Oh well, anyway, we parked up in Hatfield Square in Pretoria and found a friendly barman to bribe for cheap drinks. As England embarrassingly got stung by the Krauts I drowned my sorrows and became rowdy. Very rowdy. It's only every four years you see a World Cup disaster, and never have I witnessed such a calamitous World Cup for England. Eventually I was thrown out of the square, but not before some burly bouncer had punched me in ...

Party Party Party and "SAW: OP style"

A travel blog entry by jlemasur on Jun 22, 2010

... to small animal ICU cause I didn’t want to show up potentially smelling like rum. This turned out to be a great call cause I saw one of the saddest but coolest things that I have ever seen in large animal. The doctor did a lung biopsy on a horse that they think may have had pneumonia. Apparently though you should never biopsy the lungs of a horse…and I was about to see why. The next 30minutes of my day was ...