Courtyard Hotel Cape Town

Address: Liesbeek Avenue, off Liesbeek Parkway, Cape Town, Western Cape, 7705, South Africa | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Observatory area of Cape Town, is near Lion's Head, District Six Museum, Castle of Good Hope, and Bo-kaap.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard Hotel Cape Town

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Travel Blogs from Cape Town

Speed Thrills but it also kills

A travel blog entry by michaeldc on Jan 02, 2015

... check cameras in place - I am never sure if these are working judging by the number of people who drove past us at over 120 Kms and hour.
The best part of driving over the past two days has simply been the absence of cars and trucks on the road. On January 1st we drove from Colesberg to Cape Town and for the first 750kms in was sheer bliss - the was so little traffic in was almost unreal.
Arriving on the outskirts of Cape Town was almost a return to normality! ...

The Rainbow Nation

A travel blog entry by katyflo on Jul 22, 2014

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... to as black, coloured, or white. Firstly if you refer to someone as coloured in England it's seen as offensive. We say mixed race. Or has that also become politically incorrect in the last 6 months I've been away??? If you say mixed race here, that's considered offensive. Things I also picked up on are a lot of people have maids and I noticed they're all coloured or black. In the supermarkets the ones working on the tills and packing bags are also all coloured or black. ...

Two Oceans

A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Apr 19, 2014

22 photos

... I am still feeling good.

We reach the other side of the peninsula at the 28k mark,at the half way point. I am still on pace for a sub 6 hours, but the course is going uphill now, and it will be difficult to keep the pace, as slow as it is. I chat with a french guy, running his second Two Oceans, then he takes a few meters of me at the next water point. I stay in contact for a while, then he desappears.

We are now on Chapman's Peak Drive, a lovely ...

Cape Town Part 1: Are We Still in Africa?

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Feb 13, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... for the states on Tuesday evening, arriving back in New York, weather permitting, late Wednesday. I have cut my trip a little short, but am thankful to have done so, since even when my money saving habits are in full effect, I still somehow seem to be sleepwalking and dumping heaps of it into the ocean. I'll be doing a rigorous budget analysis when I return to see where the hell all of that money went, as soon as I get my private jet serviced.

Talk to you all soon,

PK
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South Africa - Cape Peninsula

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jan 03, 2014

31 photos

... Africa. It is also supposed to be one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world. Fortunately we managed to get there at sunset.

Chapman's Peak can be found at the height of 593 meters. The route itself is 9 kilometers long and has 114 curves. Chapman’s Peak Drive and is a must for anyone who is passionate about the majestic Cape Town scenery. It is a paradise for motorists, sightseers, picnickers, runners, hikers and bikers.

Once the ...