Victoria and Alfred Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVictoria and Alfred Guest House Port Elizabeth
The staff was the highlight of our stay here, always smiling and friendly. The guest house is well situated for airport access, but is a bit far from anything, so a car is a good idea. Rooms were clean and very spacious. Breakfast was simple, but had a decent selection of items. I'd avoid the dinner here, as ours was reheated in the microwave and quite disappointing. Wifi access is a tad pricey, and the 30/60 minute vouchers must be used all at once, otherwise your minutes will be lost.
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Made it to Port Elizabeth, Victoria and Alfred Guest House, 63 Villiers St. It started as a rainy day and continued off and on with Scotch Mist at times and later thunder storms. Our first really rainy day all trip so far. The rain and haze and fog took away from the views we would have had along the Garden Route but traffic was good …
... but a whimsy as there is no wiggle room if your budget is in a straight jacket.
From the border of Botswana the very loose plan is to visit as many National Parks as our very grumpy budget allows and slowly meander up to the great Victoria Falls. One of the seven wonders of the World, known locally as 'The smoke that thunders', this immensely wide and beautiful waterfall sits cosy on the mighty Zambezi ...
... hot. Weirdly I'm not feeling the heat that much, which is great. We raked for about 40 minutes discussing the oscars, before it was decided it was too hot. We loaded up the jeep with a kayak and made our way down to the river where we were planning to lunch. On the way we stopped at this massive cliff/valley area and I had a great time climbing out over the rocks to get near to the edge - All in the search for an ...
... doesn’t have to pay! So their brakes are pretty efficient!! After an insight into the transport system we got taken up through the city past buildings from when the city was first built in 1820 by British colonists. We weren’t expecting such gorgeous buildings but there are many and all have a lot of history. One was previously a feather and fur market hall that colonists used to sell their wares from coastal farming. It is now a conference ...
... of the braai so we’ve eaten like kings and queens today.
I feel very blessed. Erik’s dad said a wonderful speech and officially welcomed me into their family, suggesting I no longer need to call him Michel. Erik’s dad has a brilliant sense of humour so we were of course all in stitches as he toasted us. We couldn’t even get a proper kiss in, we were laughing so hard.
It’s just been a very special ...