Address: 1 Pitsani Road, Kelland, Randburg, Gauteng, 2194, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Pitsani Road, Kelland, Randburg, is near Montecasino, Johannesburg Zoo, Bill Harrop's Original Balloon Safaris, and Everard Read Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Randburg

Cape Town, jo'burg, nether wood, Christmas..

A travel blog entry by b_k2801 on Dec 06, 2014

6 comments, 70 photos

... the flowers but this was quickly resolved. Don't stress out the bride. B and I shot off to get some candles for the chapel. It all came together beautifully. Tonight we went to a German restaurant, half the wedding party joined to, so there must have been about 40 of us. We left here about 10 and headed back to the house. We continued the party till about 1 in the morn. The big day.. Jodes looked absolutely stunning..and Paulo brushed up nicely ...

Saints Week Three

A travel blog entry by jamestug on Oct 31, 2014

34 photos

... to keep playing.

I have also discovered that, as an exchange student, I can have the hot lunch at school, for free! So we've taken to going along and getting this hot lunch which rates with Kings' but the unlimited Powerade on offer is the real highlight. Every Friday, the meal is a burger and chips which goes down quite nicely!

Although originally thinking it would probably be unsafe to run the streets of Northcliff, Amanda said I could go for ...


A travel blog entry by lizmac on Oct 28, 2013

1 photo

... busker (magician, who was fantastic) and native dancers. Being a Sunday we saw the Zionists in their bright colourful robes, ( or alternatively a drab olive uniform like the Sallies). The 'black taxis' in their thousands, all the little home shops people have set up trying to earn a rand, selling everything from food to hair braiding, extreme poverty, affluence and a seething mass of humanity. Mostly, as far as we could see, in Soweto, the people seemed happy. We ...

Random Thoughts on Ultimate Africa 2013, Circuit 3

A travel blog entry by mfnjr on Aug 27, 2013

11 comments, 13 photos

... 110 or 220, so a transformer is unnecessary. If you're really concerned about the possibility of power surges harming your device, bring a transformer, but understand that's it's mostly a peace of mind issue, and you might want to spare yourself the extra weight. Put a name label on your chargers to help sort them out when using the common area charging strips.

The accessories list includes an inflatable cushion for use on bumpy drives. The drives in ...

My Last Day in Africa

A travel blog entry by eddim on Dec 07, 2012

5 comments, 7 photos

... museum. For a serious topic to intake, having part of the museum outside and hearing the shrieks from the people on the rollercoaster next door was a bit odd but did lighten the mood a tad.

The temporary exhibition (which is actually not that temporary as it has been there for four years) was about Nelson Mandela’s life through seven themes; character, comrade, leader, prisoner, negotiator and statesman. It ...