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TravelPod Member ReviewsCheck Inn Sea Point
We were lured into staying at this hotel when they did not let us know that ther were doing major renovations.
In addition, the rooms were on the FOURTH floor and with Anesh's old folks the stairs were an issue.
This is the last time.
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... by many waterfalls, beaches and streams; drank deeply in wine country; and met wonderful people who feel like friends already. (Nox, Steve and Ashley –wonderful peeps!)
I’ve found the history and politics in South Africa to be complex and compelling. Sad, but hopeful. I visited the museums that told pieces of this history such as the Slave Lodge, District 6, Bo Kaap and Robben Island. ...
... homes and businesses owned by mostly colored people That is the term they use for people with mixed heritage. They are mostly Malaysian and black. They were dock workers, and this district was nearby the docks. These people are vey family oriented and close knit. They moved them way out of town with no transportation available. Some came home from work to find the homes, they had lived in for twenty years, bulldozed down. At the museum, they have a map of each block ...
... the line is quite long, but having the tickets on line saves us at least an hour.
The gondola ride is cool, since the car is rotating. 5 minutes later, we are at the top.
On the top, if you can make abstraction of the two billion persons that are there with you, you are in for breathtaking views any direction you look in. That said, I will next time come earlier and climb it rather than taking ...
... that are held on Fridays. Our group fell in love with her of course. ...
... the same level as the road) and they would then take beautiful glass elevators down to their homes.
On our last full day in Cape town, we walked up to the cable cars that bring you to the top of Table Mountain, the plateau that surrounds Cape town. After a couple ride up, we were at the top where it was about 30 degrees colder and very windy. It was definitely worth it as the views from the top are spectacular. You can see all of Cape town and all of the nearby ...