Hatfield Apartments

Address: 1080 Prospect Street, Hatfield, Gauteng, 0083, South Africa | 1 star hotel
 
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on 1080 Prospect Street, Hatfield, is near National Zoological Gardens of South Africa, Smuts House Museum, Fort KlapperKop Military Museum, and Museum of Natural History.
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        Travel Blogs from Hatfield

        Flight from Zambia to England via Johannesburg

        A travel blog entry by loisclarke on Oct 03, 2014

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        Picked up by our driver and shown Baobab tree that is 1000-1500 years old. Very similar to our boab tree. Managed the border crossing from Zimbabwe to Zambia easily. Dr Livingstone Airport is very new, not yet finished. A good flight to Johannesburg, now waiting to board our London flight. Rang Darren ( spoke to Julie ), Melanie and Fiona ( not ...

        Pretoria

        A travel blog entry by feenat on Aug 09, 2014

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        TODAY I SAW THE BEAT ANIMAL EVER. MEERKAT. I LOVE sushi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But we'll get to that later. I am currently sitting in a small but comfy window seat in Bwelani Guest House where we stayed last night and are staying again tonight. (9th August). This morning we got up quite late at about 10a.m. We went to a nice cafe called kauai for breakfast and I had scrambled eggs and hot chocolate. Luckily the hot choc ...

        Mandela - Beloved National Hero

        A travel blog entry by mmtrav on Apr 30, 2014

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        ... and Whites. He became the first President of the new Republic in the 1990s. He was critical to the peaceful transition to Black African rule and when he died last year the government put up an enormous bronze statue honoring his life devoted to the people of So Africa. Today we stood in awe of this memorial. It was a beautiful day in the Park and it was a sincere pleasure watching people (see how tiny the people ...

        Our day in Joburg..

        A travel blog entry by pannaz89 on Dec 07, 2013

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        ... your regular salt, sour cream and chives, cheese and salt and vinegar. And snacks were so cheap! For popcorn and drink it was $42.90- meaning approximately $4.29 Australian! Anyway-- so Steph and I went and saw an 8:45pm session of Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom which was amazing, interesting and made even more spectacular due to us seeing it off Nelson Mandela Square in South Africa- in the most comfy and well kept cinema. Well the movie finished and we were just in ...

        Discussing Manchester Utd with a Zulu!

        A travel blog entry by diberry on Aug 16, 2011

        2 comments, 15 photos

        ... repeat certain words which were totally unpronouncable for us with all their clicks! We were also shown the Zulu spears - long ones for throwing and short ones for stabbing with. The next village belonged to the Sotho people who live in the mountain kingdom of Lesotho within South Africa and are very peace loving so, unlike other tribes, they keep their cows outside the village (rather than inside like the other tribes) so that other tribes can steal the ...