Premiere Classe Suite Hotel
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... South African accent and vocabulary versus the American, did highlight the differences between a place like Joburg, which is typically overlooked by tourists and travelers alike, and Cape Town, which is considered the near European mecca of South Africa where everyone flocks to. Michelle, one of their friends who's lived in Joburg for most of her life, explained that Joburg has been in reality the cultural capital of South Africa and is steeped in the ...
... multi-laned highways the sprawl of this monster city becomes apparent. An outskirts of miles and miles of industrial mess, shipping containers, softy orche coloured land brushed aside and levelled for factories, rail yards, builders yard, scrap yards, car yards, lorry yards. You get the picture of a hungry city devouring as much of this worthless dusty bush as it can with no thought for economy. Nothing more than a single story, a act park ...
... and in between two bowls, I took the first of the required malaria pills (for the upcoming safaris). As we pushed ourselves away from the table, Natasha was there ready to start our day's adventure. Off to the Apartheid Museum with a running commentary on sights and life in Johannesburg as we traveled. The museum is done well, especially since it represents such an injustice. ...
... home very quickly. So much warmth and all smiles!! The people here are pretty amazing! Most live simple lives and don't have a lot, but yet they are almost always smiling and greet you with genuine warmth.
Day 2 was bike day, the arrival of our bikes!! The bikes arrived to us from the dealership and they pleasantly surprised us with a few new bikes!! The bike assigned to me was a brand ...
... big hero with Abby, who wanted Katy to spend all her time with her and regularly looked up at Katy saying "I love you Katy!" ...Master of manipulation with her gorgeous little smile!
We visited our old house in Weltevreden park, saw my old school and took a drive around the local neighbourhood to see if things had changed much which it actually hadn't. But it's strange and somewhat surreal to see where we used to live when we were proper South ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsPremiere Classe Suite Hotel Johannesburg
Our overall stay here was very comfortable. The rooms were smaller than i was expecting but it was cozy and comfortable. Unfortunatly when we arrived the internet was down, but that was a problem with the entire area at that point in time. The staff was cooperative.
Would like to go back again.
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