DoubleTree By Hilton Cape Town - Upper Eastside

Address: 31 Brickfield Road, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8000, South Africa | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Salt River area of Cape Town, is near Lion's Head, District Six Museum, Castle of Good Hope, and Bo-kaap.
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      Travel Blogs from Cape Town

      WAITING FOR OCTOBER 2014

      A travel blog entry by viljoenstravels on Jun 06, 2014

      In October 2014 Paul Geary , his friend ( still to meet him ) and myself are joining George and two of his british friends on a West coast trip to Namibia (YES THE MEN ONLY)

      Just can't wait for the Namibian biltong

      More as we get nearer to the departure date
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      "Braai Brekkie Will Change Your Life"

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 15, 2014

      1 comment, 41 photos

      ... After about 10 minutes (much longer for those that had been among the first to view Mandela's cell), we boarded a beautiful yacht instead of the ferry from the morning. This yacht was complete with white leather couches, a flat-screen TV playing a movie, booming speakers playing dance music and an inexpensive cash bar. It was the swankiest boat I've ever been on, and we blitzed back to Cape Town in 40 minutes--just enough time to drink our beer. A big ...

      Life at Artscape

      A travel blog entry by watchnickrun on Nov 23, 2013

      ... American friends. Here, Coloured is a very accepted term referring to anyone but blacks and whites, stemming from apartheid). There were a few whites and blacks, but the racial majority was clear. We also went to Obviouzly Armchair, an Afrikaaner (white) bar and Florentine’s, a predominantly black bar. It was exactly like the Catholic and Protestant pubs in Northern Ireland. Even after apartheid, people ...

      Freeeeee Nelson Mandelaaaa + others

      A travel blog entry by lozseex on Sep 13, 2013

      12 photos

      ... park, we drove past a troop of wild baboons near Simon's town and stopped for pictures ensuring all doors were locked as the crafty buggers can open doors and windows. They're followed around by people in cars getting people to lock doors and stuff, very weird job. We stopped at the national park for some lunch. I won't bore you of the details of what we ate** but see footnotes for a more detailed description. After lunch they whipped out the mountain bikes so we could go for ...

      Happy Birthday Rachel!

      A travel blog entry by themooners on Jun 27, 2013

      26 photos

      ... another. Why yes, there was. "What a nice birthday gift that would be mister!" (oh yes, I batted eye lashes and all that). So lucky me, I got to have another go. While there weren't as many sharks, this turn saw the biggest of them make a visit. They measured 4.2 meters (15 feet or so). He (and I mean HE) was big, bad, and he new it. I don't think I have ever seen anything that amazing ...