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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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... statues, (I have no clue who they were), famous buildings, etc. We walked up and down a street that had small colorful homes. The streets here are very narrow so we had to be careful of the traffic. The streets were cobblestone. From there we toured the public gardens. The squirrels are everywhere and people hand feed them. Not something we would do. It was a nice garden and the guide ...
... way up, we actually passed through the clouds and as we exited, one of the most beautiful sites I have ever seen. Heavenly. This huge mountain range sitting on top of a cloud base like it was floating there, the sky as clear and as blue as can be. Breathtaking.
After Table Mountain, we headed back to the hotel for a quick change before we went to have dinner ant the Dutch built fort in the middle of town. Dinner overall was ...
... the Bantu tribes from the north.
We will ascend the impressive Table Mountain, flanked by the legendary Devil's Peak and historical Signal Hill. Walk beautiful white sandy beaches along the rugged but peaceful coastline of the Cape Peninsula. Observe and learn about the unique floral kingdom, bountiful rivers, and ...
... same but all having moved on from their 17 year old selves that I knew about 9 years ago. They all seem great and happy with their lives, and it was so much fun to talk about the crazy times we had when we were so young! Some stories I didn’t even know about surfaced during the evening, and probably fuelled a bit by the large amount of wine flowing, we all spent most of the night laughing. A great way to spend our last night in Cape Town ...
... shoes. We were thinking they took the cable car up the mountain and decided to hike down but didn't know what they were getting into. One thing we were appalled to see was a dad carrying his maybe 2 year old son on his shoulders down the mountain. It is extremely easy to slip, especially coming down and if he would have just misstepped once, it could have ended very badly. There is no way to climb up or down that mountain without the use of both of your hands so however that ...