Courtyard Hotel Arcadia
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... delicious. They do things to vegetables there as well that are just phenomenal.
Afterwards, we went to the National Zoo, which was amazing. They had far too many scarlet Ibises for my taste; but it was very well done. They had a very large variety of animals. I got to see all the school kids running around, SOOO cute; I'm all in favour of school uniforms, they're like little suits.
... of a towering home of impressive proportions. It’s beautiful!
Inside, we have time for a quick tour – and it is all lovely - before we all need to crash. Their combined library with wine study is an elegant display of some beautiful bottles amidst dark wood and glass. I drool. And of course I take pics! We want something similar when we build our home eventually. Tomorrow we get to see Joburg, affectionately referred to by the locals as ...
Although normally I disagree with petting wild animals, the park had strict no teasing, no provoking signs everywhere. We paid R60 (about $6 or £4) to spend five minutes with the three white lion cubs (about 2 months old). We were told we can stroke them but no picking them up etc. Referred to locally as 'bushveld ghosts' white lions were first spotted in South Africa in 1928, but firm proof of their existence wasn't obtained until 1975, when a litter with ...
... childrens whereabouts etc. They were a bit bewildered by Giva but he behaved and didn’t try and steal the limelight. They seemed to enjoy the slide show and the videos of you mom and you dad.
We then went back down another walk through memory lane when we took Rolf and Elaine home to the house that was my second home growing up. Lindas brother Ken was there – I haven’t seen him for probably 35 years!! Pretoria has changed so ...
... and work on changing some SA rand to US dollars for the trip to Zimbabwe (dollars replaced the Zim dollar after the hyperinflation). Spotting a Nandos, this seemed like a very obvious option! The prices are about half of what they are in the UK... After a long chat and some chicken we went to the first bank to find some dollars, who sent me to the second bank to find some dollars. At this point I withdrew the rand I wanted to change and headed to the bureau de change desk. Asking if I ...