The Waterhouse Guesthouse

439 Stonewall Road , Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 439 Stonewall Road , Pretoria, is near President Paul Kruger House, Church Square, Sammy Marks House, and Melrose House.
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Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Arriving in Africa 2014

A travel blog entry by catcher0607 on Mar 15, 2014

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... under a tree. We couldn’t see much in the long grass. But the driver was sneaky. He put on a tape of wild african animal noises and the dogs jumped up! 9 of them! They became very alert, barking and looking "on edge," watching, looking for danger! Wow! (Apparently the tape is not welcome at the park, so the driver was careful not to use it in earshot of park workers.) It was fun to see so many wild dogs - when we ...

Farmers market

A travel blog entry by africa1213 on Jan 05, 2013

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Boeremark time (Farmers market) this market opens at 5am and ends 9am. It's very popular and you need to be there early for parking and products. It's at the pioneer open museum in Pretoria. This is a real farmers market with farmers and wives bringing all their wears. Biscuits, rusks, koeksisters, biltong from domestic beef to wildebeest, kudu, gemsboks, boerowors on ever corner, meat, meat, meat, frozen beef, frozen chicken, frozen lamb of all ...

South Africa!

A travel blog entry by lexieschaub on Mar 14, 2012

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... 693 square miles. South Africa has a range of rigged mountains.The humidity is low seasons run opposite then the northern hemisphere. They have long exotic beaches like there Strand beach witch most people like to go to. People also like to go into there rain forests. To see all the exotic plants and animals.
So next time you go on a vaction you should go to Pretoria South ...


A travel blog entry by andrenateed on Aug 03, 2010

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... so it certainly has seen growth. The show is offered three times a day on weekends, and twice on weekdays. There is an amplitheatre , with tiered seats. The audience sits on the seats and the birds perform down on the stage below us. Because they are unpredictable, and because they can get confused with many people, the audience is advices to stay as still as possible, and to hide any bags or shiny objects which might attract the birds. This is a good precaution, because the ...

It's a different world here

A travel blog entry by biogrrl on Jul 19, 2010

We visited two primary schools today. The first was in an area that was predominately a white area and a white school but as whites moved out the school has become predominately non-white. The teachers however have remained white. The students travel to school starting at 5 am to travel to school for a 7:30 am start. The teachers are still mostly white. There are no textbooks ...

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