Arabella Hotel and Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... railways from the railway station at Bot-River to Hermanus in 1912. Lorries to carry freight [particularly fish] and a bus to carry passengers were introduced. William Hoy was knighted in 1916 .He died in 1930 at the early age of 62. His fishermen friends carried his coffin up a newly made pathway for the burial on the Koppie. This is a mountain just behind the station building which was very close to his heart. From that day on it was named Hoy’s Koppie.
... traditional Cape Dutch style homes on the vineyards & lovely old cottages in the township. Now a weekend Mecca for people from Capetown & all over the world. In my limited experience of wine regions, one of the most beautiful I have seen. Central Otago is very similar, except it's lovely & green here. Mix up with our accommodation at Le Ballon Rouge, so our hosts found us an alternative in a lovely old, renovated ...
... and Jena hosts at 138 are lovely, nice house on the beach at Sandy Bay just out of Hermanus. The recommended walk along the cliffs from Seivers punt is cool, there are whales out there, we can see but not clearly. Drinks up in their lounge watching the sun set and then up to Dinner at Seasons by the fire. is ok but ...
... room. After 2 hours we were suitably 'pruned' like a raisin and were ready for some grub. The meal was superb for the price and we were quickly en route to our new found potential addiction. Naomi had to convince the security she was over 18 by showing her wedding ring and before we knew it we were operating machines that made no sense to us whatsoever. Slot machines have advanced from the good ol' days thats for sure. What the heck man, I had no ...
... are ashamed of what happened? I’m not sure but I feel more educated now, the others have helped me out! We saw Mandela’s cell and learnt a bit about why he was imprisoned and how he kept sane whilst in jail. The man who gave the tour was an ex prisoner himself so it was all information straight from the mouth of someone who had been through a very similar experience. I won’t go on about it too much but it was another really interesting day.
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