Cape Town Ritz Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCape Town Ritz Hotel
Throughout my stay at the Cape Town Ritz Hotel I enjoyed it, the facilities were amazing and couldn't of imagined a better place to stay. Highly recommended for a school group!
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... bitterly cold and windy, I thought I'd give the climb to the lighthouse a miss (since I'd done that in far more 'facilitating' weather before) and told the rest to go...but I ended up huffing and puffing my way up as it seemed warmer to do so, rather than to stand and do nothing. The view was spectacular, especially with the stormy sea - it was all very dramatic and atmospheric - why visit a lighthouse when it's sunny, right? In 2006 I walked down - no walking down today. It was ...
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used the Blue Line and were able to go around Hout Bay and Mariner's
Wharf and brought back some memories when we first visited Capetown.
This trip clearly reminded us of our friend's Anton and Hannetjie and
their kids Tanya and Ewald who also lived here.
completing our route on the Blue Line Bus, we went back to the
Victoria and Alfred Wharf, and had a sampling of some South African
food and beer. Apart from good food and good ...
... t have much time to read all the information but with some explanation from Sam it seemed to make sense. Then we drove to the township of Langa. Here we got to explore the four different types of housing, single family homes, hostels, apartments and shacks. We met a local guy who took us into the building where his family lives. It was one of the older hostels where you would find multiple families in one room and the rooms were tiny. They had one shared kitchen area and one ...
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