The Three Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... were so scenic and beautiful! We also took a few tours around different places in town and learned some history on different shops and landmarks around town. Its a big city with lots of things to do. You will never find yourself not having options to do things, theres always something going ...
... took us about an hour. But then under pressure to get back for check in to new accommodation so made it back in 40 mins. Like skippy!! And determined to have young, springy legs! Then off to Camps Bay for dinner. It's where all the beautiful people are (and us) with a gorgeous beach and even more amazing sunset. Watched the sun, sea and sky, listened to salsa drummers and ate a delicious fish platter looking over the pink, purple, ...
... by 2 ex inmates and I know that not many people in their life time will be able to say that. I also had my first beach day a few weeks ago! I was just as excited to just sit and chill on the beach for a day as I was to do all these amazing things, and yes, I burnt.
I had my first bad experience of Cape Town this past Saturday. I’ve umm’d and urrr’d about whether or not to go into more detail but I have decided that this is supposed to ...
... for an Ice Cream. Vicky , Tanisha, Emily and I went down Table Mountain in the cable car. Dad and Dale walked back down taking them about an hour to get down. We went back to our apartment and sat in the pool and had lunch. Off again to see some Friends of Dale and Vicky's and have a Braai, then home to bed. Dad might be sore in the morning his legs look a bit ...
... member of the ANC.
We walked in and saw a cell that would have been for 40 inmates. They slept on the floor on thin mats in the 60s and 70s until the bunk beds were introduced and we saw the cards which identified the race of the prisoners and therefore which kind of food they'll be given etc. Apparently white prisoners should have a different diet to black prisoners, who should have a different diet to coloured prisoners... I don't get it but it's how ...