Don Eastgate

220 Queen Street, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2026, South Africa | Hotel
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Headed home

A travel blog entry by mkolya21


I was frazzled today...omg.

I didn't pack until this AM because I'm an idiot and was at the wine tasting until around 1 am.

I just ran late the whole morning and basically wasn't ready until Amy and I HAD to leave to the airport.

It was an amazing trip.

Of course I couldn't find out if I could upgrade to Upper Class until I got to Jo'Burg, ...

Bull Jumping, Whipping, Wiggly Canoes, Addis Rain

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean


... arrived early and the hotel I planned to stay in did not work out, so I was back in the town centre as opposed to the lake side. All in all it was relaxing, but I was pleased to get back to Addis and the sanctuary of Yeshi’s Mamit Guest House.

I started feeling unwell at Yeshi’s (probably Chato’s head cold - so it was not an excuse!) and I did not make the museums in Addis I planned to see. I did catch up with Henok though. So it was a ...

My Second Day in Joburg with Douglas

A travel blog entry by sharonrobinson


... s future once he dies. Some expressed concerns about how Nelson’s children and grandchildren are already fighting over his money. This seemed to be part of what fueled their concern for the future. They seemed concerned that the current stability and economic growth in South Africa may suffer once Nelson dies. One taxi driver said he suspected that Nelson may currently be on life support saying, “He is 95 years old, he can’t live ...

Hello Seh welcome home

A travel blog entry by schaffertrio


Hello Seh - Welcome Home!
I always love hearing that when I get back to SA.

It was a treat to see Meg at the airport, we decided to have a Wimpy breakfast together, nostalgia....

We spent a good hour discussing the great time we had just had and then went off home to relax.

After a leisurely day, we went to Spur for dinner with everyone, it is always such ...

The Garden route

A travel blog entry by thisispain


... giant pillar had formed where a stalactite and stalagmite had proven their dedication for one another one drip at a time. We carried on through the cave to different rooms where with the flick of some switches grand limestone formations could be highlighted by spot lights. It’s really breath taking to see what with some time, a lot of time, nature can create. Heading up and down stairs, through rooms and narrow walk ways we made it 500m ...


This hotel, located on 220 Queen Street, Johannesburg, is near Johannesburg Zoo, South African National Museum of Military History, Carlton Centre, and Museum Africa.
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