Roosenwijn Guest House
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Travel Blogs from Stellenbosch
... the naughty one, had the most entertaining stories. Luc, being the little angel, had the boring ones. The boys didn't want their father telling them stories. It is true, though, that Chantal has a way with words and a way of delivering a story that is just captivating.
To top off the evening, we took a stroll in this outdoor restaurant. Having come in through the hotel side of the estate, we had not seen everything Moyo had to offer. ...
... Thanks, Judy S., for recommending it to us!
Our next stop was Simon's Town, for some lunch. This quaint place is home to a long main street lined with doubled-storied Victorian buildings. It seemed a bit touristy, with lots of hostels, restaurants and shops. Nevertheless, it fronted the gorgeous seascape and we were hungry. After a little difficulty finding a place to park, we made our way to Bertha's Restaurant, right on the waterfront. Bill opted for a big ...
After breakfast which was way too loud with lots of people there attending a conference, including teenagers,we decided to escape Cape Town today and head towards Hermanos because we'd been told by the South African couple which we met in Clanwilliam, that there'd be a good chance of seeing whales there. So it was about a 1 1/2 hour drive over lots of mountains, but the weather didn't end up improving much.
When we got to Hermanos, it was very very very windy ...
... country roads, possibly surrounded by a pack of rabid wild dogs, not knowing how to call for help if needed, after consuming several Crown Royals and a bottle or two of Pinotague. So I called down to Libby, and like everything else at the Coopmanhujis, all you have to do is ask. Our new model Mercedes with a nice student from the University driving, was waiting for us outside promptly at 7:30. The car and driver for ...
... the winery tour. We had a modified, shortened version of the usual tour but we still made the most of it and bought some wine to enjoy in Cape Town after the tour. We also met some great people who made it a bigger group than our tour of three people.
As we did not do much else other than Stellenbosch we have not much else to report. We were on wind down for this part of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking