Karos Johannesburger

60 Twist Street, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pretoria


A travel blog entry by michaeldc

... on the roads around the Union Buildings in preparation for all the events that will take place there this week. Yesterday it took me 100 minutes to drive 1.5kms in Pretoria - the police do nothing to help! Amazing to see roads closed off, police stood next to their cars with lights flashing and everybody driving across red robots (traffic lights) and the city in gridlock. It reminded me of Nairobi traffic at its ...

First week with Cora and Mieka

A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik


... cared for with a fine tooth comb. Cora’s style is admirable and a sense of tranquility washes over you as soon as you walk through the door. Whatever ails South Africa, you never feel it here!

On Saturday we arrived in Joburg and Cora and Mieka collected us from the airport at 7am, bright and early. We went straight home and into the garden with coffee: a perfect start to our South African adventure! As I said, Cora’s house is a ...

Bulls, balls, biltong and boerwors

A travel blog entry by farnie10


... There were people lounging around next to their cars in camp chairs and every second car seemed to be having a bbq on the street too. Hilariously my Dad got offered a suck on a kid's bong in return for some dried boerwors we were carrying. HAHAHA!
It was a home game for the Bulls and the stands were a sea of blue amidst a cloud of smoke. Amazingly you seemed to be able to smoke in the stands, but not drink. Anyhow, it was ...

The mighty Kruger park and some dung

A travel blog entry by suemckee


... at lunchtime that we were in for a surprise and indeed we were, he had arranged for us to sleep in bedded tents - i.e. a real bed, albeit with our own sleeping bags. Then it was time for the boys' cooking competition and they acquitted themselves very well. They had even provided dessert. We had salad, impala sausages, ostrich steaks.
Tonight we have a hyena just through the fence only metres away from us. No one ...

Day 25: Pretoria

A travel blog entry by danielandai

... not many Japanese fans compared to English fans anyway and theyy were put off by the idea of unsafety issues in South Africa. Plus there aren't many Japanese who go to Japan matchafter England match in Bloefontain...!
Anyway. The bus eventually came and left the station at about 8.10am.
It costs about R250 per person and 6.5 hours journey.
This time, it was not a sleeper but a main liner so it was not very comfortable but it was a day ...


This hotel, located on 60 Twist Street, Pretoria, is near President Paul Kruger House, Church Square, Sammy Marks House, and Melrose House.
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