Garden Court Sandton City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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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.
Observations of business/for career include... My most interesting …
Day 85: We were up before 6am had a shower and finished packing our bags. We had a cup of coffee before saying a fond farewell to everyone. We set off for Durban at 7.30am. Cela was driving us, which was unusual as he does not normally do the airport run. He had worked as a guide for Thanda on the Saturday, only his second time for them, he managed …
... falling apart monkey which is apparently used to cast spells, Harry Potter style for real!!! Next was a clothes shop which still had the old signs above the door for the whites and non whites entrance, seeing it out in the street for real really made what we had seen in the museum come to life as I still find it all a bit unbelievable. The city itself looked really busy with people although I did not see one white face. High rise new buildings intermingled with the old ...
... up walking around for hours, getting all kinds of further bad directions, walking through a film set, until we were finally able to nail the location. We knew we were close when old ladies in the street were pointing down the road saying “Wandies” lol. The food was great, I pigged out and put down a few beers - and you know how I love a buffet :)
Walked back towards the hostel and for a wander ...
... above. I think I was expecting a grim vast concrete jungle, although there was a bit of that too of course, but the vast majority was green. Up to now I've been completely oblivious to the fact that Jo'burg is actually the largest man-made forest in the entire world with over 10 million trees! I noticed lots of swallows down here, I'm guessing the same little guys who'll be up in there in England and Ireland with ye in a few months. ...