Cape Diamond Hotel

Address: corner of Longmarket and Parliament Street, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8001, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Cape Town CBD - Foreshore area of Cape Town, is near District Six Museum, Castle of Good Hope, Abseil Africa, and Shark Zone.
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    Travel Blogs from Cape Town

    Cape Town, South Africa

    A travel blog entry by longwayhomenz on Dec 03, 2013

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    The final stop on our African Adventure. Table Mountain towers over the city and you can see the mountain for miles as you approach Cape Town. Our first outing was a walk to the V&A waterfront via the Bo-Kaap area. The Bo-Kaap area is a Muslim area, it is a community of Muslim workers. What makes this area special is that every house on the block has been colourfully painted - maroons, lime greens, yellows - all the houses are two storied and joined to each ...

    Today changed me.

    A travel blog entry by a.omara on May 01, 2013

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    ... they see in our music videos and one of the most predominant gangs in one of the townships call themselves, “The Americans.” It upsets me that they have such a pride and happiness being South African yet they try to be like us but they pull from the negative things which we promote. The most view changing thing though is that they had said they listen to our music and watch our movies (90% of their movies come from the United States) and they see ...

    Wet Towels!

    A travel blog entry by thejaverys on Aug 26, 2012

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    ... warmer clothes we had relied on in South Africa so we
    headed off to the post office to send home a couple of jumpers and tops. Once
    at the post office (a small building with no obvious signs stating it was a
    post office, just queues of people waiting for stamps) we were told to visit
    the tailors on the other side of the road who would package up our parcel for
    us. We spent the next half an hour in his tiny shop watching him sew us a
    pillowcase for our clothes ...