BEST WESTERN Cape Suites Hotel
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Enjoyed our stay was very spacious and Henry the Porter was fabulous.
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May 23rd we arrived in Cape Town and spent three days here as well. Day one- Once we landed in Cape Town we were immediately taken from the airport to Table Mountain, one of the things I was most excited to see on this trip. The view was absolutely amazing. We took a cable car up to the top, what was cool about the cable car is that the …
We left Johannesburg for Cape Town. Upon arrival, the tour guy decided to make some changes on the itinerary because of the beautiful day.
The best thing I learned today was there is a faster way to put beads on a wire. I learned when watching the women at the street wires company use wires and beads to create african art and crafts. …
Aquila is a four stars establishment and home of the big five: Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, Rhino.
The best thing I learned today was; female Rhinos use the bathroom on the same spot, Lions live to be fifteen years old, Zebras stripes come in different patterns and are different, Hippos kill more people than Lions.
We left the hotel for a company visit (Paarlmedia) which is one of South Africa's leading, and most technologically advanced professional printing groups, with eleven specialized printing operations. Then lunch at Alfred and Victoria waterfront, Cape point and a Farewell diner at Richard's Supper club and bistro.
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On May 25, we left for Stellenbosch vineyards but on the way, we stopped at Bo-Kaap, a neighborhood with bright colored houses. The actual street name is Wale street.
The best thing I learned today was the color of the wine depends on the skin of the fruit, not the juice.
My most interesting observation was that it is a …