Lanzerac Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... Stellenbosch, as all wine drinkers would know, is synonymous with wine-making. It is a historical town, the second oldest town in South Africa. We stopped at the 'Oom Samie se Winkel' (Uncle Samie's Store), an institution here at Stellenbosch. It's a typical olde trading post that sells just about everything. We walked around this pretty town in the drizzle making sure not to miss the historical homes and buildings ...
... drive round the coast and up to wine country where i of course had a few wine tasting sessions, and got to try out my fair amount of wine. Went to a very famous South African winery called Groot Constantia it so old and so well known that even in the early 1800's they were exporting their wine around the world King Henry and Nepolian were amongst those who enjoyed and wrote about their wines. On the way back round the coast i was lucky enough to see some whales, unfortunately ...
... It went three stories below the winery. In the vault holds every vintage of each wine since the beginning of time at the winery. Amazing. She told us that the administration and owner will test each year periodically to see how it is holding up. I would love that job!!!
I also included some gorgeous pictures of their vineyard. It was so beautiful and peaceful there.
... found a nice spot (Blues) we ordered a few beers and started to people watch. One beer down Janine realised she did not have her iPhone. Thinking we had left it in the car we quickly went back to find it. Arriving back at the car the iPhone was no where to be seen and panic quickly set in (at least for Janine, of course I was cool and calm :-).
With Janine in tears (facing the reality of yet another lost iPhone) and me perplexed, we retraced ...
From the Orange River on the South African/Namibian border we drove south through some amazing scenery and down into the wine country. Our campsite for the night was in fact a winery called Highlanders that was owned by an ex-overland driver so he was able to cater for our every need. The afternoon started well with some wine tasting. The 3 whites, 2 reds, 1 rose, 1 sparkling and 1 vermouth were all extremely nice and Sparky (the owner) was a very generous pourer! By the time ...