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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member Reviews2Inn1 Kensington Cape Town
Geweldige guesthouse en fantastische service.
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... and was delicious. It was our most expensive meal so far, it was in an upscale waterfront restaurant. Total cost with wine, one dessert and coffee, $62. A bargain for us, not them.
Sorry to leave but we get our car tomorrow and head south to Haut Bay, Simon`s Town, Boulder Beach and Cape Point (previously known as the cape of good hope]
The Volvo round the world race is here for a few ...
... I couldn't take Advil on an empty stomach.
I felt better about half way to the hotel. Since I couldn't fall asleep and the fact that I was hungry, I knocked down three granola bars and then took two Advils. I felt like a new man in an hour. Since I was running low on Halls, Tina and I took a quick shuttle to the mall and got some meds. We made it back to the shuttle ...
... for larger highways that pass through large pastures. We spent the last three hours of the drive in the dark and fog, and I tried very hard not to hit animals and potholes. We camped at a backpacker’s hostel called Coffee Shack on the beach. We could see and hear the waves crashing from our tent. It was such a lovely spot. I was so relieved to finally arrive, and I didn’t want to get back into the car for a few days. We spent three days here. ...
... all round! We then went on to the Waterfront in the afternoon and ate at The Ocean Basket where I had the most disgusting cheese and garlic prawns which looked like uncooked runny egg in a pan...definitely wouldn't go back! We then explored the harbour area which wasn't quite as buzzing as I remember but still beautiful despite the seriously gusty winds. At 6pm we were booked onto the Night City Sightseeing bus which took us along the Camps Bay coastline and up to Signal Hill where ...
... exceptionally scenic, particularly if you liked mountains and vineyards. On the way we stopped at the Delaire Graff Estate, part of the Graff Diamond empire. After telling the gate man we were there for the wine tasting we followed the winding driveway to the main building, which was like driving though a botanical gardens littered with probably very expensive sculptures and fantastic views. We were free to have a look round the place clearing dripping ...