Palm Lodge

Address: 10 Stapelberg Street, Bloemfontein, Free State, 930, South Africa | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 10 Stapelberg Street, Bloemfontein, is near Gariep Dam Nature Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Bloemfontein

Bloemfontein

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Sep 04, 2014

Heading for the town of Bloemfontein to visit a national museum unfortunately
we could not get anywhere to park as it is in the middle of the town. We then
headed for the Boer War museum and managed to just get around before
it closed. It was extremely interesting and went into a lot of
detail about the Concentration camps, which were first introduced by
the British so that the men would have no one to go back to for ...

Downhill Longboard Helmets

A travel blog entry by coach2day on Aug 08, 2014

Downhill skating is an extreme sport that requires specialised equipment that will ensure good performance and guarantee you are safe while you push the limits of your sport. Good quality head protection is essential and can save you from serious injury.When choosing your gear check the safety rating, there are international safety ratings for helmets and these tests ensure ...

Pounding Out the Miles (Kilometers)

A travel blog entry by origabe on Mar 23, 2014

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Our journey will take us from the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic and we will travel over 2,500 miles. Some days you had to ignore all the tourist and adventurous stuff and just drive. That is what we did on Sunday and Monday. Our destination was the Addo Elephant Park.

To go west after leaving ...

Relaxing in Bloemfontein

A travel blog entry by stevehumphreys on Feb 18, 2014

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... my normal budget. The only problem was that it was about a 45 min walk to the nearest shops and restaurants, not ideal without a car. One thing I'm really disliking about South Africa is the endless warnings about safety and the need to be safely inside by sunset, take taxis everywhere and not go out alone at night (most hotel / hostel owners reinforce this, at least in the larger towns/cities). I'm half sure that it's mostly paranoia, but at ...

Viva Madiba!!

A travel blog entry by tanyaovea on Jul 18, 2012

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... of both and a beautiful example of the South African culture I had seen throughout my time here. (Dr. Pumla kept referring to Bishop Tutu as Tata...which of course led me on another, 'what does that mean?' journey. It means father in Xhosa.) After the morning lecture my mind was reeling and I could have called it a day right then, but as part of Mandela Day, the campus hosted a coin laying ceremony to fund raise for the No Student Hungry campaign, so ...