Crowne Plaza Johannesburg - The Rosebank

Address: CNR Tyrwhitt & Sturdee Avenues, Rosebank, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2132, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on CNR Tyrwhitt & Sturdee Avenues, Rosebank, is near Johannesburg Zoo, South African National Museum of Military History, Museum Africa, and Everard Read Gallery.
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          Travel Blogs from Rosebank

          Singapore here we come

          A travel blog entry by hassell on Dec 21, 2016

          16 photos

          Today was our last day on the Pangolin.  We had one last ride out on the Chobe before heading back around 9am back to the boat for second breakfast.  We went past an area on the river front known as elephant bay.  Lots of animals like to come and drink water here including the elephants.  Many were there but alas not the …

          Day 7- Rorke's Drift to Johannesburg

          A travel blog entry by jbandrab on Nov 23, 2011

          2 comments, 16 photos

          ... were far too many of them to bury individually so they were buried in mass graves and marked by painted stones.

          We had a Zulu guide, Dalton by name, whose great great grandfather was part of the battle. He really brought the whole thing to life and certainly new his history and dates, but livened it all up with some interesting, and funny, dialogue. The museums were interesting too, but again we had too little time to really appreciate and take them in.

          It will hit me that I'm in Africa soon. I'm sure.

          A travel blog entry by rplusm on May 26, 2010

          1 comment, 1 photo

          ... the underlying soil and rock strata, which is where they first spotted gold. Joburg grew from a few thousand to 100,000 in about 9 years (maybe faster, I'm trying to not make this stuff up.)

          Interesting the presence of that ancient meteor crater right in the heart of the Cradle of Humankind - perhaps the source of theories that basic lifeforms began here after transport from space!

          Quick thoughts: Crossing ...

          Arrive in South Africa

          A travel blog entry by danielwoods on Mar 01, 2007

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          ... re for the people on the waiting list for a house in
          Soweto. An annoyingly American couple joined me on the tour with our guide
          who’s lived his whole life in Soweto. He drove us past Nelson and Winnie
          Mandela’s house, explained the pass laws and took us to a museum
          commemorating the 1976 uprising. This fascinating and moving place was a
          tribute to student power and the students that died during an uprising in
          Soweto. It was eventually ...