Premier Hotel Cape Manor

Address: 01 Marais Road, Sea Point, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8001, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Sea Point area of Cape Town, is near Robben Island, District Six, Slave Lodge, and City Hall.
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    Travel Day

    A travel blog entry by travelrob on Oct 28, 2014

    ... It was somewhat under construction. Some shops, the restaurant, the Club were all unfinished. Even the seats were under construction. There was a distinct lack of seats but we managed to find a table at the one open bar. We had extra currency to spend. So we are snacks, drank beer and water and played cards. When it was time to board we still had extra local currency so we left a generous tip.
    At the airport in JoBurg I had ...

    Penguins and Sharks and a Township visit

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Jun 12, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... doing a summer program here in sculpture and art history, and then me and two other guys just traveling solo. I guess there's a good hostel in Simon's Town where the guys were staying.

    There were four 'guides' on the boat, all of whom were super knowledgeable and helpful. They drive you out to a place called Seal Island in the middle of False Bay (in the Indian Ocean!) where about 60,000 seals make their home. The seals are just everywhere, and ...

    South Africa

    A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock on Mar 31, 2014

    203 photos

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    The next day we had a leisure morning and then drove to nearby Nature’s Valley. The beach here was so beautiful and once again we had absolutely perfect weather. We walked along the beach and watched the hundreds of sea snails move along the sand in search of food. They made these lines in the sand and when they found food they grouped up and devoured it. There was a walk way up this large cliff on the side of the beach which we walked up ...

    Madiba Remembered: by ordinary South Africans

    A travel blog entry by another-sky on Dec 12, 2013

    12 photos

    ... was president. He always let you feel like you were the big person. [Even though] people will remember Mandela for the humble, down-to-earth person who led and changed the country without bloodshed, for me it feels like I lost a father, even though at one time he was my prisoner.

    Muhammad Omar shared this: We must not forget the humility with which he ruled and the greatness with which he forgave his enemies - a stark contrast to the brutality and harshness ...

    Cape Town, South Africa - prison and seals

    A travel blog entry by amyandluke on Oct 10, 2013

    9 photos

    ... through the waterfront back on the mainland and got taxis back to the hostel ready for our group meal out. We regaled each other with our highlights and lowlights of the trip over dinner and made the most of our last night together as a group. The next few days were a constant stream of people leaving the country so it was a sad time. We were excited to still have another couple of weeks to go though!

    The following day was officially the start of our Garden Route tour but ...