De Leeuwenhof Hotel

Address: Sonstraal Road 1, Paarl, Western Cape, 7646, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Sonstraal Road 1, Paarl, is near Groot Drakenstein Prison (Victor Verster Prison), Foxy Beach, De Zoete Inval, and Noorul Islam Heritage Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Paarl

      March 6, 2014

      A travel blog entry by doritos on Mar 06, 2014

      47 photos

      ... stations in UK. Besides everything is spotless, stuff very helpful and friendly. That all was introduced to Cape Town for the World Cup in 2010. Before that apparently public transport was pretty much in a mess and was quite difficult to get from one side of the city to another. After about one hour ride in a bus from Table View to city centre. Me and Ann went for a lunch at Waterfront, to busy cafe called Telo Velo. Then we ...

      Wine tour day

      A travel blog entry by connieandjimmer on Oct 30, 2013

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Mobile Clinics – The Bus Strike is Over!

      A travel blog entry by a.omara on May 15, 2013

      ... STIs cause PID?” I replied right. I also recognized the medications when he prescribed them and knew which were to each cause. Thank you professor Gerard!

      We had another patient that came in with a swollen eye that was blood shot. He was still able to follow movements and open his eyelids. There were no foreign bodies in the eye and no discharge, just watery. He also woke up with it and experienced no trauma to the area. Quinten or the Doctor were unclear ...

      Jiminy and me

      A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage on Nov 30, 2011

      46 photos

      ... him anymore... Focus on something else...

      I can’t...

      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 ...

      Gum trees and rabbits.

      A travel blog entry by ianandsuejones on Aug 10, 2011

      7 comments

      ... s release from prison as he insisted on a gala dinner to recognize their incredible show of bravery.  We discovered that the Indians were the first Government to raise concerns to the world about the Apartheid movement, the Turkish built Mosques and refused to segregate their worshippers while the Americans introduced KFC. And as for the Australians?   We contributed gum trees which absorb the islands fresh water supplies so water is shipped in for the residents.  But thats not ...