StayEasy Century City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Day 21 - Fri 19th Dec.
Down to Kalk Bay for lunch, which consisted of various seafoods and various vineyards.By the time lunch was over, late a.m. Early evening we finally made it to Nick's, Jane & Doug's son, who lives up one of the mountainsides in a house with spectacular views from all rooms. Of course he had laid on drinks.
... this small group of kids. When it was time to go I tried to hug them all as much as I could but wasn't as beautiful goodbye as I wanted but I guess you can't ask much of 2-3 year old kids that don't really understand what is happening haha. Hailey patti and I then went to green market in the afternoon to try and buy last minute souverniers. This was the moment I realised I did not have as much money as I thought I had left so couldn't buy the souvenirs I ...
The first 12 hours in Cape Town were outstanding: clear blue skies, intense bright sun, lunch by the harbour and astounding hospitality. The Cape Doctor is a wind the blows off shore for 12 hrs and refreshes the Cape with some spectacular views of mist called "the blanket" coming over Table mountain. We love Cape Town! As we put our mind to the competition, we're discovering that you need to be ...
Moved down to the other side of the cape peninsula to Gordon's Bay. Staying at a small B&B with a fantastic view over the bay. For some reason we were given the Honeymoon Suite (we hadn't told them anything!) with a nice balcony and a bedroom with the bed looking right over the bay. We've stayed in a few places this trip and each has something special to offer. Strangely enough Neil has discovered the local Spur so guess where we'll be dining ...
... specifically a lovely white C******nay. Then, we had a quick stop to buy a bottle of desert wine called 'Noble harvest Ratafia' - a bottle that I loved when we has it at Myoga in My. Then it was into a restaurant with the most amazing views - where we had a very nice lunch with John. And then finally, to a new estate called Anura - a smaller estate that isn't even in the ...