Royal Ridge Guest House

Address: 269 Polaris Ave, Waterkloof Ridge, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0105, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 269 Polaris Ave, Waterkloof Ridge, Pretoria, is near President Paul Kruger House, Sammy Marks House, Church Square, and Melrose House.
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    Travel Blogs from Pretoria

    Fail to prepare, prepare to fail

    A travel blog entry by seaford on Apr 12, 2014

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    ... our seats we enjoyed a very competitive match with the Sharks pulling away with 2 penalties and a try in the second half. The group had hotdogs and steak rolls in the stadium and at the end of the match went to the stadium shop and onto the hallowed playing surface! Moritz and Melvin were pulled away from chasing girls around the pitch and we headed back to the HPC for our last nights sleep ...

    A perfect beautiful day!

    A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jan 16, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... 8:50! I hardly EVER oversleep and this was so uncharacteristic. At home I always get up at 5:00 am and never have trouble waking up. But, my body may have told itself that it was time to let up and so it happened. The kitchen had my breakfast saved.

    I met Maddy, who is the daughter of the owners Johann and Anna. They have a beautiful Guest House. He is a woodworker and has built all the nice bookcases in the rooms. Very nice people. Good ...

    Going Home!!!!

    A travel blog entry by house_mouse on Nov 02, 2011

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    ... 8217;t believe how far I had to walk in order to get there. I finally arrived at the passport control, which was the last thing standing between me and SA freedom. Two signs, “European Passports” and “All Other Passports” hung before me. The decision was obvious however I did not make that immediate beeline for the counter. My heart was once again pulsating at a phenomenal rate whilst I eyed out the defence. There were two men, immediately ...

    A Week of All Blacks

    A travel blog entry by rg09 on Aug 22, 2010

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    ... off to see the Springbok/All Black test. The ABs have been dominant in the Tri-nations but a wounded Springbok side on home turf meant they could not be underestimated. The stadium is one of the biggest in the world and that day was at capacity of 94,700. The atmosphere was amazing especially with the Springbok captain's 100th test cap. it was a nail biting game throughout with SA being the dominant side. Their set plays had ...

    Our Day Trip to Jo-burg

    A travel blog entry by jlemasur on Jul 20, 2010

    ... Africa, and it was well worth it. We learned a lot about the history behind apartheid, who started it, how the country came to be what it is today and I think it answered a lot of questions that we had about how it all came about. Up until the late 80s, it was still going on, during my lifetime, coming from Canada I found it really hard to believe. After our history lesson it was off to Nelson Mandela square, which apparently ...