Harbour Bridge Hotel & Suites

Address: Roggebaai Canal, Lower Long Street, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8000, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Silvertown area of Cape Town, is near Lion's Head, Bo-kaap, Rhodes Memorial, and Gold of Africa Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Cape Town

    An island, mountain and townships

    A travel blog entry by tomandgem on Apr 20, 2014

    32 photos

    ... The boats to Robben Island and other impressive looking yachts docked here and there were lots of restaurants with outside dining areas. It was also a good opportunity for Tom to get his monthly haircut. We came across a barber with a ‘British pub’ design and fitted right in. We really enjoyed the live music that was on during the day and evenings in the bars. There was a particularly good live band one afternoon and ...

    The loong border crossing

    A travel blog entry by rosewj on Aug 18, 2013

    ... around it was on and we were ready to go, stopping about 10 mins later at a services to be given chicken and chips! Got to the border about 1am and had to queue for a good hour to get out of S/A, before driving onto to the Zimbabwe border where we got in pretty quickly. But then we had to take all of the luggage off the bus and lay it on the floor for customs people to check. Took ages for anyone to actually come over, but then thankfully she ...

    Feeling grateful...

    A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu on May 08, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    Another day in Manenberg brings us many more challenging sights in the medical world and beyond. Today I traveled with Alaina and Taylor and our community health workers (Carol and Felicity). The patients, their stories, living conditions and futures all are weighing on my heartstrings today in a big way. Our day started with our walk down a side street to our first patient. Almost immediately we walked upon a domestic abuse situation of a man ...

    South Africa and Malaysia

    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Nov 17, 2012

    7 photos

    ... a ministerial announcement that in the previous twelve months "x number of Coloureds became White, y number of Indians became African," etc.) Now the same four categories are used, but self-identified, which I assume means there are no longer any legal implications.

    In Malaysia there are also four racial categories (Malay, Chinese, Indian and Other) determined by the state and established on the certificate of birth. I haven't consulted ...

    Cape town

    A travel blog entry by evalyn on Sep 29, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos


    The flight to Capetown was fairly uneventful. I ended up choosing an aisle seat instead of sitting wedged in between Niko and some stranger in the middle seat. It's the alwasy returning cconversation; Niko wants a window seat, I want an aisle seat. It only rarely works out if there are only 2 seats by the window, but usually it's 3, as this time. I had chosen a seat right behind the row behind the divider. So the cons were that there were no less than ...