Garden Court Milpark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were not allowed inside the building.
We had 1 ½ hours here which was sufficient for an overview but not enough time to see the Nelson Mandela wing too. There is a lot of reading with each of the exhibits and there are a lot of exhibits.
We planned to watch a film prior to entering the museum proper, however the photography was such that I was starting to feel a bit of motion sickness. ...
... but it still looks as it did then and almost all the furniture is original with the cabinets and walls filled with memorabilia like honorary degrees for Nelson and Winnie, cards the family received upon his death, and artwork. I didn't expect us to be able to visit the house while we were there, but I'm so glad we did. We also ended up able to see Archbishop Desmond Tutu's primary residence which is on the same street, it's the only street in the world ...
... Including a bacon and maple syrup waffle, pizza and chocolate. The chocolate sample was incredibly awkward as the sale assistant was one of those ones that is far too keen to simply walk away from and thus I was forced to pull the 'I'll just go ask my dad" card: Works every time. Having transversed the relatively small markets, we decided to walk to Ghandi Square, the 'Martin Place' of Johannesburg. Johannesburg in general seems to lack the hustle ...
... They were delicious!!!!!
The entire group went out to a Thai-fusion restaurant where we ordered one of the family menu's where it appeared that the food just didn't stop coming. What limited dishes I had were very good and some of my colleagues were commenting on the others that I had not tried. Once we got back to the hotel, Andrew, Jena, John, Tina and I sat at the bar/lounge for like two hours.
... and I both agreed we could be in Melbourne City, beautiful buildings, clean streets, cut grass and people walking around. Quite the contrast to the city 5kms away. We managed to find Nelson Mandela Square, a stung shopping centre (reminding me of Chadstone) and outside an awesome statue of Nelson Mandela and a water feature which the boys were very excited about. We spent the afternoon wandering thru the shops before heading to Nambrata's house (a sister who we ...