Mercure Johannesburg Midrand

Address: Old Pretoria Road Box 7853 Halfway house, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 1685, South Africa | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Old Pretoria Road Box 7853 Halfway house, Johannesburg.
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      Travel Blogs from Johannesburg

      Next stop...Safari!!!!

      A travel blog entry by cooky1986 on Jan 05, 2015

      ... shopping outlet and bought some beers and water. We were looked at like total aliens as the locals had never seen someone with as long blonde hair as Emily and everyone was keen to help us with our bags in exchange for some small financial reward!

      As we drove into the Black Rhino game reserve we were deemed as officially in ‘the Bush’ and almost immediately we saw a small herd of around 20 wilder-beast in front of us. As we drove on into ...

      South Africa part 1: joburg

      A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Aug 18, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      While on my way to Johannesburg, I read up on tips on driving there. General rules for the road are 1) drive defensively and assume everyone else is crazy. 2) Its ok to run a stop light if you feel like you're in danger. 3) leave some distance between you and the car ahead in case you get boxed in by carjackers. Thankfully these tips weren't needed, except perhaps for 1). South Africa's reputation for terrible driving is partially ...

      Straight Outta Joburg

      A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Feb 06, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... the outcomes of the transition to democracy. Yet as you're reading the justifications and certitude with which the Afrikaans discussed the apartheid system back in the 60s and 70s, you really have a tough time understanding how they thought the system was fullproof. This disillusion seemed to amplify as the pangs of nationalism rippled throughout Africa. Yet as an American, I of course couldn't help but notice parallels between segregation and apartheid, but ...

      Feel that catch in your throat...

      A travel blog entry by miguel_nkosi on Jul 17, 2013

      ... in Johannesburg's OR Tambo Airport and I squint into my newly African sky, the ghost of many unsaid cliches empty upon my lips. I look down at a memo I've written to myself titled: Phase 3; My African Life. My bemused smile catches the eye of a girl sitting opposite me on the train, met with a friendly but misinterpreted reply. At some point in time I've quantified that this is the 3rd of something that has taken a lifetime to come ...

      South Africa

      A travel blog entry by activecarbon on Feb 24, 2013

      19 photos

      ... everywhere. In Johannesburg we were collected and brought to our hostel in one of the cities better suburbs. Our hostel called Brown Sugar was set in a huge mansion (and former home to one of Joburg's mafia bosses). It's built on a hill and has a nice view over Joburg from the terrace. Shortly after we arrived we met an Austrian guy who had recently arrived from Cape Town. He was only about 25 and had been working as chef in Ireland. He had worked in Dublin, in Kenmare ...