Park Station Inn

Park Station, cnr Wanderers & Wolmarans Sts, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa | 1 star hotel
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on Park Station, cnr Wanderers & Wolmarans Sts, Johannesburg, is near Carlton Centre, AECI Dynamite Factory Museum, Everard Read Gallery, and Kim Sacks Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Johannesburg

Johannesburg, gateway to Africa

A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 15, 2014

1 comment, 44 photos

... our tour guide, took us to see some of the highlights of this large South African city, and taught us a few things along the way. Mark was an interesting guide, as a white man in his late 50's or early 60's, he's seen a lot of change in his country, and seems happy about the fundamental change of apartheid. But he had to serve in the military during the riots of the 1970's, and has seen his fair share of strife on both sides.

Joburg was initially a ...

Straight Outta Joburg

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Feb 06, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... for the Soweto Uprising, which took place on June 16, 1976. To give you a quick synopsis, in the mid-1970s the apartheid government mandated that all teachers and students, even in impoverished townships like Soweto, conduct their classes entirely in the Afrikaans language. This was perceived to be a near eugenics inspired, racist policy, in which the Apartheid system, designed and implemented by the Dutch descended Afrikaans leader Hendrik Verwoerd, ...

Zimbabwe By Road: N3 to Joburg

A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jul 22, 2013

4 photos

... pleasant places to be. We arrive at Bondi's parents house, its lovely garden, Moroccan style turret room and real British pub (I'm not kidding its bigger, better and nicer than most student halls bars) by his pool. His Dog rums to greet us, his dad opens a beer and mum shows us to a room.


The journey has taken 6hrs give or take, not the many weeks of horse wagon hardship it once would have. But we are here, finally stag one of ...

Johannesburg Day 3

A travel blog entry by rosietravels on Feb 10, 2013

34 photos

... to imagine that on this same street, just a bit further along, that a peaceful school demonstration turned into a bloody and murderous melee in 1976. This event helped initiate the beginning of the end of Apartheid. Next was the Hector Pieterson Museum which chronicles the above student uprising that subsequently spread around the country and changed the course of history for South Africa. I am now saturated on ...

Gay Pride

A travel blog entry by tomrc86 on Oct 05, 2012

5 photos

... I am ashamed to say, that put me completely at ease, not because I only wanted to associate with white people but because if the local Afrikaners feel that the train is safe then I should too.

Over an hour into the journey the train paused somewhere in the empty countryside, and after some time I realised that the train did not seem to be moving on. After two hours of sitting in an entirely silent carriage in what felt like a darkened, abandoned train I wandered ...

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