Days Inn Constantia Park Roodepoort

14th Ave/Hendrik Potgieter St, Roodepoort, Gauteng, 1715, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 14th Ave/Hendrik Potgieter St, Roodepoort, is near The Valley of Waves, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Kwena Crocodile Farm, and Kimberley Mine Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Roodepoort

March 2014

A travel blog entry by passera on Apr 06, 2014

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... re happy to arrive in a modern city. Our hotel is in Copacabana, 3 blocks from the beach. At least we know the children will appreciate that bit. The hotel is fine but we’re definitely paying the location as the room is small and basic. We spend the afternoon walking around our hotel and getting some rest. There are lots of bars and restaurants and it’s very touristy. Perfect! In late afternoon it’s still in the 30 degrees despite the sun setting behind the ...

Living in Jo'burg

A travel blog entry by markjoy on Sep 19, 2013

100 photos

... did some washing and reorganised our mess we were travelling with.
The Main street walk we did with The Maboneng Precinct two guys who grown up in Jo'burg and started this a couple of years ago and are still developing new ideas. ...... The area around their office (starting point) is getting trendier with the day, lot's street art projects attracts artist and new investers to pimp up this neigbourhood. We also did visit the Mai Mai market, a great ...

South Africa

A travel blog entry by activecarbon on Feb 24, 2013

19 photos

... is of course Nelson Mandela. We visited Mandela's home at 1115 Vilakazi St which is also the same street as Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his family live on. They literally live 200m from each other. This makes it the only street in the world which has been home to two Nobel laureates. Although Nelson doesn't live here any more his extended family still live nearby and his ex-wife Winnie owns the restaurant across the street from 1115. There is a huge industry here in SA ...

City tour of Johannesburg

A travel blog entry by jjulien on Mar 05, 2012

1 comment, 32 photos

... Winnie.

We then drove up to Constitutional Hill, at one time this area and the buildings was a fort and then a prison, it is now the highest court, only dealing with human rights or constitutional issues. This was built here as it used to be a prison, a place that violated the rights of many people, and now it provides the opposite. Nelson Mandela, Ghandi and Winnie Mandela are some of the many people incarcerated here, in an effort to keep them ...

"Soweto? What the f**k are you doing in Soweto?!"

A travel blog entry by afrikanskies on Feb 07, 2011

1 comment, 46 photos

... of Dutch ancenstory) epic overland ‘Great Trek’ in the mid 1800’s from the British Western Cape colony to establish the new Boer republics – an event which formed the backdrop for the Boer War.

The Voortrekker celebrates a strong, proud, Afrikaner culture – but one which became synonymous with apartheid and division within South Africa. The powerful aesthetic of the monument is in deep contrast with the adjacent gallery display which ...