Michelangelo Towers

Address: 8 Maude Street, Sandton, Gauteng, 2146, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 8 Maude Street, Sandton, is near Montecasino, Johannesburg Zoo, South African National Museum of Military History, and Bill Harrop's Original Balloon Safaris.
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    Travel Blogs from Sandton

    Saints Week Four

    A travel blog entry by jamestug on Nov 07, 2014

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    ... agreed that it was a good effort indeed.

    Whilst swimming one afternoon I had an encounter with the bottom of the pool, scraping my face and elbow to the point of bleeding. I quickly exited the pool to see that I had taken the skin off the scar on my elbow that was the result of Silver Duke of Ed Bike Riding... Good one...

    In order to make the film for exchange, we decided that we wanted to film an assembly, with everyone filing in, standing up, sitting down ...

    Preparation for the long Flight to Australia

    A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Mar 26, 2014

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    ... the fluctuations. The Dakota Lodge accessible form the Ramp , the SX parked underneath the DC3 , the Harvard Cafe with great food its all here and it is perfect. Soth Africa in General is really nice if one can ignore the political problems with ANC and all the associated problems that come with it , like in the USA with his affirmative action programs the same scenario here, I ...

    Visiting Soweto

    A travel blog entry by juliediehl on Jul 07, 2013

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    ... blessed and healed by a special healer that was in town. The people in line were old and young, some with infirmities and some who looked healthy as a horse. It was quite a sight to see with these people lined up for blocks. We were told they had waited for many hours. We then made our way to Soweto. The history of this township is quite fascinating and is connected to the days of apartheid. Prior to independence, the 1 million that live ...


    A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Jun 10, 2013

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    ... the border. I went to book a bus from Johannesburg to Maputo, Mozambique only to get a big warning sign saying that I must have a visa prior to crossing the border. Most of the people I asked were not a help, including the concierge and a travel agent, who knew nothing about obtaining these visa's because South African residents don't need them. After pushing them a little bit to look into on my behalf, it was confirmed that I will need ...

    The Joburg Weekend

    A travel blog entry by dustinkaspar on Jul 08, 2012

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    ... with a performance of a famous protest song from the apartheid era. I didn’t know the song, but you could feel the audience certainly did.

    We then went to a bar with another DJ and a more traditional atmosphere which, coupled with my fading energy (likely some jet lag responsible there too), was the least interesting of the night. We ended up crawling home around 2am and Steve had to get up at 6am and start driving to a work meeting out of town. Talking to him ...