Zandberg Country House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... called observatory or 'obs' for the cool kids. It was the home of the students and therefore was very trendy, lots of nice health restaurants and shops, quirky coffee shops and bars and tons of vintage shops. So although we didn't do much of the touristy stuff we did spend our time in some rather cool establishments. In this time we also did some shopping, getting vital items such as more undies and lovely warm fleeces. On reflection we didn't buy much but ...
Today, we left the hotel at 7:00 a.m. And did not return until 10;00. We first went to Table Mountain to take the cable car to the top. However, it was too windy for the cars to run. So, we went to plan B. We visited the Kirstenbosch Gardens. We saw a cute little owl and a pretty caterpillar. The gardens were very beautiful, but most of the plants were the same as we have in San Diego. However, I loved the art work at the gardens. They have so much sculpture here. They had ...
... views! We have now said goodbye to our guide and tomorrow will explore the shops of Cape Town on our own!! Tonight we have had the most fantastic fish meal on the wharf ! It looks like we shan't be able to go up Table Mountain as it has been closed since we arrived and the forcast is overcast for tomorrow so looks like I'll be spared the dreaded. Cable car! So night night ! As I'm exhausted remembering all this!!! And now it won't send ...
... Coast National Park back to CT. Our hotel is surrounded by restaurants (6, we think!). We ate in a steak restaurant last night, similar formula to the L"'Entrecôte' in France but better. So it's the Bistrot next door tonight which is always fully booked but we got a cancellation table, and had an excellent meal. Colin, with his usual adventurous streak, ordered 'seared impala'. I had a taste and it was ...
... did a tour of the Wineries - much more pleasant - bigger van, and limited to 5 people per vehicle. Stellenbosch and Franschhoek were picturesque. We visited three wineries and visited the prison where Nelson Mandela was finally released. We all took pictures in front of his statue. A few days later, back in Montreal, we opened up the current edition of the Montreal Gazette and found a half-page picture of ...