The Winston Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Winston Hotel Johannesburg
Quick review of our hotel. The Winston Hotel rocks. Room was great, service was outstanding. The staff was friendly. The location was great. Highly recommend.
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Quick review of our hotel. The Winston Hotel was excellent. Room was great, service was outstanding. The staff was friendly. The location was great. Highly recommend. http://www.thewinstonhotel.co.za
Long flight but we finally made it. 20 hours flight time, 40 total travel hours with Just 2 hours sleep. Off to the hotel to shower then we are heading to lunch and a tour of City Year South Africa. Running on fumes!
... not bought the five volume Encyclopaedia of Anthropology.
We also tried to make it over to their planetarium and couldn't make it because the workers there were super un-helpful.
Most of us ended up just shopping on the high street here in Melville. We did make our first Nando's run though (Very ...
The flight time from Sydney to Johannesburg is 13.5 hours- which you can also measure in 5.5 movies (2 pointless, 2 worthwhile and 1 abandoned), 50 odd pages of too-excited-to-focus reading and about 2 cumulative seconds of sleep. Here's a tip- when you've been in the air so long that you look at the clock and say "Yay- only 6 hours to go!" you need to permanently farewell any accurate concept of time or sleep. Apart from these diversions, I spent ...
... and made me want to make some change. We were going through the Hector Peterson Museum which is a museum that was erected in honour of an 11 year old boy who was shot and killed by the Apartheid police. When the students of Johannesburg were protesting or striking the public schools’ requirement that they learn in Afrikaans, many many school aged children joined in the strike and were marching in the streets. Apparently they did not intend for ...