Huis Waveren

8 Waveren Avenue, Somerset West, Western Cape, 7135, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8 Waveren Avenue, Somerset West, is near Featherbed Nature Reserve, Vergelegen Estate, Erinvale Golf Club, and Cedarberg Wilderness Area.
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    Travel Blogs from Somerset West

    Off to Cape Town!

    A travel blog entry by analeonor on May 23, 2014

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    The best thing I learned today was the word "lekker" meaning good. And that Cape Town is very laid back, which I really like. My most interesting observation was the mountains, hands down. I haven't had the chance to travel much, so to be able to see such big and beautiful mountains was a great experience. My most unique experience was standing on Table Mountain. As I mentioned before, I had not ...

    Easter picnics, the Waterfront and wine tasting

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Apr 23, 2014

    4 comments, 45 photos

    ... needed with all the food we have been eating here! The fact Mikey has also given up the smokes since leaving on this trip (and is doing very well I must add) helped him up those big hills without getting too puffed out, but we definitely both need to keep up the exercise. We had a lovely afternoon picnicking on the grass and eating easter eggs, before exploring the expanse of the park with the kids. A perfect way to spend Easter Sunday.

    Holiday Monday, Mikey and I headed ...

    Capetown

    A travel blog entry by linda-wright on Nov 08, 2013

    45 photos

    ... housed here - white and women were on the mainland. I plan to read Nelson MAndela's book when I return home.
    The Gold Restaurant was an experience on the lighter side. Upon arrival, we were taught how to drum. I think we sounded pretty good by the time the lesson was over. Then we had a 15 course meal of African cuisine. Each dish was served separately, and it's origin was explained by our waitress. Alot of laughs by ...

    It’s a Hard Knock Life

    A travel blog entry by jenniferhousema on May 13, 2013

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    ... questions. There was definitely no modesty there as there were 3 women ...

    Sight seeing & car searching!

    A travel blog entry by clairesefton on Mar 10, 2013

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    ... cannon fired for the first time (a tradition followed everyday since the 1800's) very loud! Then we went over to the waterfront for lunch at a tasty farmers style market before a trip to Robbin Island, managed to end up with the worst tour guide ever! But after we escaped him, met a really interesting ex-prisoner who was jailed for political reasons at the same time as Mandela (everyone locally calls him 'Madiba' father to ...