Lombardy Boutique Hotel & Conference Centre
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Douglas told me about how it used to be... How he was not allowed to use the same toilets as the whites, enter restaurants with the whites, go into shops with the whites... He said he used to have to go to a window to ask for what he wanted to buy from the shop and he said you better remember everything you needed when you told the shop owner, because if you forgot anything, they would not go back and get it for you. No! No! No! He said ...
Church Square (English) or Kerkplein (Afrikaans), is the historic centre of the city of Pretoria, South Africa. 1: Statue Paul Kruger
2: Old ZAR Council Chamber
We have begun the journey in Johannesburg, South Africa attending a variety of speakers and museum to fully understand the Apartheid history, current political and economic struggles, and what the country is doing to further reconcile the divide between so many people within this gorgeous country. Our group has meshed ...
... and no particular cue, but I was wrong, I was informed by all waiting where the end of the seating was. When the first person is called everyone moves up a spot and then we all tell the next person where the cue ends. My turn and was informed my photo was too big and too red. I was taken by the Home Affairs lady who was helping me, whom called a particular 'photographer' on the street outside and I was ushered to a plastic seat, with a white board that 2 ...
... Monument, constructed over 12 years and finished in 1949 to celebrate the Afrikaans pioneers. We could not get over how large it was and the amount of work that must have gone into it. As we headed through the big entrance way we discovered the monument has floors underground as well. We explored the insides of the concrete monument with its historic scenes molded into a portrait around the walls. On the 16th December at 12pm every year the sun shines through a ...