Courtyard Hotel Eastgate

Address: Zulberg Close, off Ernest Oppenheimer Road, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2100, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Zulberg Close, off Ernest Oppenheimer Road, Johannesburg, is near Johannesburg Zoo, South African National Museum of Military History, Carlton Centre, and Museum Africa.
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          A travel blog entry by salmorton01 on Jul 31, 2015

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          1 comment, 44 photos

          ... have foreseen. I have been to poor places around the world before, including in the United States, but never before was the contrast between the "haves" and the "haves not" so pronounced. As our car service drove us from the airport to our hotel, we passed through a wide range of neighborhoods, some poorer and rougher than others. Most buildings were poorly constructed, dirty, and run down, there was trash and debris in the yards, metal bars on windows and ...

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          A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Apr 28, 2014

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