Mont Rochelle Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and drink - the best we have ever had. It seems every eatery and winery is better than the next.
We walked about the pretty little town of Franschhoek for about an hour and then headed back to the hotel. Tonight we shall have a dinner of wine, bread, cheese, fruit & chocolate and more wine in our private reception hall. Such is the life we lead - but someone has to do it. A toast to the food and drink of the western ...
... medical students and volunteer doctors and nurses. Several things that struck me was that the services with the mobile unit are free, so the people come out in the masses. Nearly every patient we saw had HIV. Tons of sexually transmitted diseases. Sick children like crazy. It was SUCH an amazing night and I wish I had more time to elaborate on all that we saw that night... Maybe I'll revisit this blog and add more if I can. ...
... so, we will enjoy those things.
The guys at the Chamonix tasting recommended Okamai, the Japanese restaurant at Glenwood estate. It sounds posh so we call to make a booking and then consult our Franschhoek map to guide ourselves there. We pass vistas of mountains and lakes and vineyards en route. We arrive to even more spectacular views from their parking area. Spectacular so too are the mosquitoes! Inside we rush to the safety of ...
... cow's milk cheeses. Kristin tasted wine -- Darling Sauvignon Blanc and Pegleg Carignan topped the charts. It was so good that Kristin ordered a case of wine...there's a first time for everything! You can't get the Fairview wines in USA stores, but the warehouse for USA distribution (via online ordering) is in Huntington Beach, CA (it must be a sign!). I sampled "special" antioxidant waters, and we throughly enjoyed trying a variety of cheeses. ...
I am beyond tired but so excited to share my pictures of my weekend in Stellenbosch! I spent this past weekend 30 miles outside of Cape Town in Stellenbosch. Stellenbosch is the second oldest European settlement in the Western Cape and an absolutely beautiful area. Our venture began on the train as we so casually passed ostrich, zebras, vineyards and mountains on our way. Stepping off the train, we ...