Meintjieskop Guest Lodge

Address: 145 Eastwood Street, 0083, Pretoria, Gauteng, 2004, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 145 Eastwood Street, 0083, Pretoria, is near President Paul Kruger House, Sammy Marks House, Church Square, and Melrose House.
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    ... of around 10 million people. There are heaps of places that you can go out (and plenty of places you shouldn't go...such as the CBD at night) so we chose a suburban area that has a long street full of pubs and clubs. Cam picked us up and because none of us had been there before, all 3 of us asked google maps for directions and all 3 of us got 3 different answers. Needless to say we got hopelessly lost and it took us twice as long to get there as it should have. ...

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    ... exercise but that one's friends don't age? Greetings we're most cordially exchanged and Helen's colleague Julius, took us back to his home for supper. His 5 year old daughter had just had a huge gate fall on her, so our first job was to superglue and steri-strip her head together. After a most pleasant supper with Julius and family we gratefully went to bed in our little dwelling on the farm. For all Swaziland's faults and grotesque problems, it's lovely to be ...

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