Idwala Boutique Hotel Johannesburg
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... After break we hit the rd, got away 10/30. Over six hrs to J Berg. Every one pretty tired. J Berg a big place. High lights. >probably the natural animals and wonderful colours on them. Up close like the I found it very striking wonderful. >Four star place, excellent dinner and breakfast ( bit of a contrast to where we ...
... access. We had some bad news from home – our old girl BB wasn’t well at all. After that we weren’t in the mood for doing much of anything but decided to go for a walk to clear our heads a bit.
We walked into the Casino and TBH, it could have been any OTT casino in Las Vegas. In fact I think it was modelled on Caesar’s Palace and according to the security guard it used to be called Caesar’s Palace. There was a ...
... our luggage was taken, tagged and whisked to our Pullman suite. We were served sparkling wine and other beverages, as well as light snacks while we waited to re bark. Our attendant walled us to the suite , explained all the amenities including in room bar, luxury amenities package, bathrobes and slippers , dinner menus, trip itineraries and a list all 60 passengers. ...
From one culture to another, we headed to the Oriental Plaza, a shopping plaza that was predominantly for the Indian Community. Patsy said she hadn't been to the area for a little while but that it was worth a visit.We arrived at the sopping centre and were a little surprised by what confronted us: arcade upon arcade of the most bizarre shops. If you want a wedding dress, curtains, awful chairs or ugly mens shoes, the Plaza is the place for you. It is ironic however, ...
... After always dreaming as a kid heading to Africa soon we would be touching down to really start a year long adventure and about four months in the African continent. We flew into the most relaxed airport in the world in Johannesburg. Was expecting it to be a little more confronting with some SA expats in Oz warning us about Joburg airport being 'Gangsters Paradise'. We didn't strike this at all and very quickly adapted to African time. Nothing happens too quickly over ...