Holiday Inn Freedom Square

Walter Sisulu Square, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 1811, South Africa | Hotel
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Cultural Visits

A travel blog entry by xsamir22


... dinner, I went out to the Nelsen Mendela Mall to purchase some socks. Tina accompanied me since she had some shopping to do as well. We quickly realized that the mall was H U G E. I think it took us like 45 minutes in the mall to find the socks that I had wanted. We also bought some local junk food and candies. Then I bought track suites for my two nieces. I also had picked up what appeared to be a bathing suite for my ...

Day 5 Flight Back to Johannesburg

A travel blog entry by roamed

... with me texted her twin and found out that B & C (granddaughter) landed but their luggage was lost.

We went back to the hotel and when I went to buy some water at the bar I remembered that they are famous for their milkshakes. I had a butterscotch shake and it was yummy.

My husband skyped us from The Arbors, my mom’s Assisted Living place. After we were done my daughter B called us. She sounded pretty calm for someone with no ...

My Day with Douglas

A travel blog entry by sharonrobinson


... rules to eat in the bus, what was he to do? Douglas also tried to point out to the restaurant owner that the laws had been changed... The restaurant owner said to get out! As the conversation was obviously getting agitated, the people on the tour started asking Douglas what was going on. He explained to them that the owner was telling him to get out. The organizers of the trip immediately started telling the rest of the tourists to get up, get ...

The Birthplace of Satyagraha

A travel blog entry by parleusted


... once the economic and political center of power for the apartheid regime is currently one of South Africa's poorest areas.

Twenty years ago, some of the office buildings and residential apartments here were some of the most expensive and exclusive addresses in the country. After 1994, when crime rate increased, residents and business owners fled downtown Johannesburg leaving for richer neighborhoods elsewhere. Complete buildings ...

My Last Day in Africa

A travel blog entry by eddim


... seeing in South Africa. I came away with a better understanding of the past and present because unfortunately apartheid does still exist in many forms today. For as many years as apartheid was in force, I’m afraid it will take that many years and maybe more for it to be truly eradicated from South Africa; until the generations who participated and remember apartheid are gone. My hope would be that it is sooner rather than ...


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