Cape Town Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDemidov Most St. Petersburg
Cape Town Lodge Hotel and Conference Centre has been a very comfortable stay for my husband and me. The location is fantastic and the room is lovely. Unfortunately, power isn't totally reliable nor is the WiFi.
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Travel Blogs from Cape Town
... tour guide informed us that many of the slaves' descendants were still listed in the city's phone book under these original names.
Thankfully these modern descendants have now acquired first names that their predecessors never had!
On other occasions ...
... hungry, share! The beach is very family and pet friendly. It can get kind of crowded depending on the day.
Lastly we went shopping at Canal Walk Shopping Centre for the rest of our evening. Lots of options for clothing and designer things and lots of restaurant options as well. It is a great set up with a safe atmosphere. If you love shopping you HAVE to go there! Wide Variety of things. Very fun! Everyones very helpful and ...
... to some good timing and excellent parallel parking skills from our drivers (from the opposite side of the car, no less!) that we were able to walk around, take some fun pics and enjoy the phenomenal views. There was this art installation at the top of the hill that looked like an orb with a star within it that was made from repurposed fencing from Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was held as political prisoner (a "to visit" for later that week) that served as ...
After a delicious breakfast in Kalkbay we drove over to Fish Hook, which is a slightly larger town. There one finds the banks, many shops, like the one for fabric and larger food stores. We went there to change money into Rand. That proved to be a long ordeal. One of my friends is South African, but since she lives abroad, she couldn't make the transaction. She needed her mother to change the money! ...
... which apparently is the first time Klipdrift brandy was ever tasted.
From the distillery, this is where we SHOULD have headed back to Cape Town the more direct way! Our map didn’t really show where we were in the big scheme of things, and one route out of town looked like it was close to Ronnie’s Sex Shop, which we had read about and thought we could stop in for a look (it is not actually a sex shop at all! See the website for the story ...