City Lodge Hotel Port Elizabeth
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... leaving, Grizel gave us the name and number of a Margaret Harradine who has done much research on the 1820 Settlers.
Feeling fairly exhausted and overcome by it all, and after visiting Fort Frederick, we clambered down the hill to take a picture of The Campanile which was erected to commemorate the landing of the 1820 Settlers. 53.5m high, it has the largest bell in the country. Much of the city is dedicated to Nelson Mandela of course, but sadly, ...
Today was cold. Very cold. Drizzly wet. Wet and cold. Yesterday's storm lasted all night. It rained and rained and rained. Today the weather was bleak and **** all day so we didn't do any activities. I had my Actors Working Notebook to write and so seized the opportunity. It was productive and I got a lot done. We also got to go ...
... Just about to head out this morning for a walk. While check in later.
Just after 5 pm now and back after having dinner and playing 9 holes @ Walmer GC which is lose toy our guest house. Nice day with virtually no wind. Back at the room now and finishing my oaties( cookies) and having some tea. Just gonna settle in and watch the final round of the Tour Championship for the Fedex Cup. ...
One of the craziest experiences I have had thus far in South Africa was on one of my first socials I put together for the Life Teen youth group at the church. I keep forgetting to write about it, actually part of me is just a little embarrassed... but here it goes.
Back on the 1st of December I planned a hiking trip through the indigenous vegetation of the Zuurberg Mountains. Not only was it a way to get the teens away from their phones and ...
... I learned I am not the most patient person. haha . But, after a month now and countless attempts to stop and go up hills, I have come to realize that I actually really enjoy it.
In South Africa finding an automatic is nearly impossible. Many of them can hardly believe that we aren’t required to take our driving test in a manual car like they are. The other major difference is that they get their license when they are 18 years old. I only mention this because ...