Holiday Inn Express Cape Town City Centre
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First day in Cape Town: haggled with the market dwellers, ate lots of seafood, got pushed around by the south winds. Severely and utterly jetlagged.
I could say this is THE trip that has required the most traveling: flew to NY to depart the next day to London, had a 10-hr layover there and then a 12-hr flight to Cape Town. That's about 33 …
... and a bunch of other things. It was all really good. The pork pot pie was so good I got another one to go.
After the market, we went to Table Mountain. We took a minibus part of the way, and then a taxi the rest of the way to...Kirstenbosch! It's a garden named after me! Just kidding. It's a garden that's the start of the hike up Table Mountain. And wow.. it's an UP. It was probably one of the more crazy experiences. We climbed up a ...
... three YEARS ago with her issues. She started by telling us that she cared for her mother when she was sick. As she was giving her mom a bath she died in her arms and she didn't realize it. How horrific! She then burst into tears. Big, loud, sobbing tears as she relived the events of her mother's death. If that's not enough to make you cry yourself, I don't know what is. Then she started telling us about her 25 year old son who steals from her for drug money and her 10 year ...
... being destroyed as we speak as there's only s much airline food you can eat in a day. And a bottle of local wine...may save that for the long flight back and see if that helps sleeping on planes!! And that leaves us with the hotel for the night, the Cape Heritage. Regardless of the time we arrived it was easy to immediately why this property is so appealing. Rated as a four star, it's colonial charm, stunning attention to detail ...
... van picks us up at 4: 15 AM at our apartment. The place is South-East of Cape Town on the other side of the Cape of good hope in the Indian ocean. After 2 hours drive we arrive at a pavilion where they serve up a hearty meal and where you fill waver forms describing all the horrible stuff that can happen to us and for which the diving company is not responsible. Then we jump in the boat and it starts around 7 h AM. The ocean is a very rough with strong winds, but the boat is solid with ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Cape Town City Centre
was our first time to South Africa and it was to watch the World Cup. The whole family was excited but yet a bit afraid too because of all the write up on the crime rates etc...
When we got in, we were pleasantly greeted at the reception and the concierge was really eager to help us with directions etc.
The rooms were clean, with all the basic amenities and a great view of table mountain. Breakfast was really good - bacon and eggs, toast etc. The best breakfast in the Holiday Inn Express Chain that I have been so far.
Last but not least was the care that the concierge showed the family especially in giving us directions and ensuring that we get to the places safely
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.