Cape Heritage Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCape Heritage Hotel Cape Town
Incredible boutique hotel located in the center of city center. Of rooms where large and decorated with incredible flare. The breakfasts were made fresh every morning and included hot options. The staff is what made this choice so good. Every person was incredibly helpful. I would highly recommend this hotel!
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... just inside and above the
promontory that delineates the place where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet.
From a point about two-thirds of the way there, we were encouraged by numerous
roadside signs warning us of the presence of wild baboons but, alas, we spied
nary a one. One of the young locals in a community called Simonstown suggested that it was because of the strong wind that the baboons had gone inland a little, and further up some of the mountains. ...
Our wake-up this morning was at 3am, yes 3am. We had a 10 hours drive ahead of us so our group leader decided that we should hit the road early. I literally went to sleep last night dressed and had my backpack ready to go so I just got up, put away my sleeping bag, lifted my backpack onto the truck and put away my sleeping mat. Done and done! I waited a while for Sam, my tent mate, to get organized then took our tent down. Last ...