De Leeuwenhof Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in basic business skills to ensure profitability - a recipe for success and truly masterful - giving me even more respect for these randlords and their business skills.
They buy grapes from a number of winefarms to create the 'Fleur du Cap' brand - probably one of the most well-known drinking wines in South Africa (and probably abroad?) - thus they don't have to worry about producing the grapes or farming land (the most expensive resource) but simply focus on the ...
... they paired 4 kinds of wine with 4 different kinds of chocolate.. At this point it was difficult to tell what was better - the wine or the chocolate.
Next to La Grande Provence winery and art gallery. Again 4 different wines and some wonderful sculptures in their gardens.
We had to forego the remaining 3 wineries as at this point it was difficult to differentiate ...
... return trip. Then we joined a tour in progress for the remainder of the afternoon. We visited a young winery called Glenelly started up 15 years ago by a then 75 year old French woman! Se is now 88 and lives in Switzerland. Our tour guide Andre thinks her methods will revolutionize the wine industry in SA where she has introduced techniques that he thinks would have met with resistance in France. Then it was off to Tokara ...
... him anymore... Focus on something else...
This is how they tortured people, I know....
-Chirp, chirp, chirp
-RRRR... I’ll even squish him...
In my inability to forget the "noise", I finally get up, thinking 'I may as well go to the toilets now’... I don’t even have my glasses on, so, anything that resembles an insect under the table is squished... and of course, I don’t find the cricket... I go ...
"Never understood a single word he said but I helped him drink his wine…and he always had some mighty fine wine."
- "Joy to the World," Three Dog Night
Ernest Hemingway said, "Wine is the most civilized thing in the world," and that is proven just thirty minutes outside of the craziness of Cape Town, in the Winelands of Stellenbosch.
Some of the finest wines anywhere come from this part of the world. Barak Obama ...