Garden Court Sandton City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... train mostly to ourselves.
Another two changes of train later, we arrived in central Jo’burg at dusk – not a good time of day to arrive in a city with such a bad reputation. Given the time, we did not attempt to continue onto Soweto and so called a hostel that arranges free pickups and spent the evening pitching tents, eating dinner, watching football and wondering how such a short journey could end up taking ...
We descend into South Africa as the sun rises and the moon sets (moon in top right corner for those hard of sight).
Short hop now from Johannesburg to East London, and on to the bikes this afternoon.
No rest for the wicked.
P.S. Night flight for 11hours is officially ...
... From what I have heard Joberg is the carjack city of the world!!
Sebo also mentioned that there use to be tours to go into someones home in Soweto but this caused arguments between the neighbours as the person who had the visitors would make some money by doing so!
The apartheid museum was very interesting. When you get your ticket they give you a European or non-European pass and depending on what you ...