The King's Place
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... advertising' firm, which I thought was a little outdated). We were able to explore their business through the use of a case study - one of their main brands, Carling Black Label beer. Most interesting to me, and unfortunately we ran out of time, was that the MD was one year younger than I was, and he seemed to thoroughly enjoy what he did. I got a chance to ask him where he got his roots, and of course he ...
used the Blue Line and were able to go around Hout Bay and Mariner's
Wharf and brought back some memories when we first visited Capetown.
This trip clearly reminded us of our friend's Anton and Hannetjie and
their kids Tanya and Ewald who also lived here.
completing our route on the Blue Line Bus, we went back to the
Victoria and Alfred Wharf, and had a sampling of some South African
food and beer. Apart from good food and good ...
... terrain ) on one side we could see the Atlantic Ocean and on the other side we had the mountain range. Heading in to the Cape which is about 7,000 hectares we could have seen lots of baboons but were hiding today although we did see elands, elks and rock hyrax (go look that one up ) this was at least 200 metres above sea level. The road was quite windy, hilly and narrow and very picturesque with lots of protea ...
... Megan again being more knowledgeable in the subject than I. Talking with Magdelene’s daughter I found that after her 2nd more severe stroke her doctor’s visits had been decreased from once every two months to once every 5 months, and needing consistent therapy and being diabetic the primary doctor seemed to have given up on her. This has been a reoccurring theme in the health care system here, and it ...
... to have a steady hand when taking photos, but I did my best. The penguins, in their little tuxedo suits, were doing their thing, some lying on their stomachs, others grooming each other, a few standing at attention while braying out their lungs to the wind. The setting was spectacular, with large gray boulders and the bluest water crashing and foaming along the sandy shore. On the walk back to the car, we passed little plastic igloos, the penguins' homes, each of ...