Garden Court Sandton City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGarden Court Sandton City
Nice hotel. Great food and close to the Nelson Mandella square and Sandton city mall.
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We arrived in Johannesburg May 20th 2014. We had the first day off.
The best thing I learned today was most Black South Africans will vote for the ANC because they don't want to live again the apartheid years even if the party is not performing well.
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... airport for my 1.40pm flight to Nairobi. I was only staying a 10 minute drive away. This time, no 15 hour delay - we left right on time! It took just 3.5 hours to fly the distance it has taken the last 5 weeks to drive.
Back to the beginning, as we came into land into Nairobi, skimming over Nairobi National Park, I saw my last herd of impala! I had a 5 hour wait in Nairobi airport - one of the most boring airports! I was in luck for my 9 hour flight to London - 3 whole seats to ...
... This was a really pleasant change, when compared to the painfully long stop over I had had there on my way to Kathmandu (which I can't believe was only 9 weeks earlier).
I couldn't sleep much on the flight back. The little girl sitting in (lying across) the seat next to me seemed to be able to get much more comfortable than I could. ...
... then just really fought our way into the first cab that would hold all 5 of us. (They are very picky about squeezing more people into a cab than it holds). The driver was yelling (not in english) about having to take us to Soweto but finally agreed - that should of been a sign but we were so tired and just wanted to get home so piled in the van. If we only knew then we wouldn't be getting home for another 2 1/2 hours!
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