Protea Hotel Capital
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsProtea Hotel Capital Pretoria
I would reccomend this to anyone if they want an expierience to remember.
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... one of these, a Lumix DMC-TZ5 made by Panasonic. I have very much liked being able to put the thing out of sight and avoid the encumbrance of a full-sized DSLR. (I had fancy SLRs before the digital era, and got tired of the weight and inconvenience of multiple lenses.) This small device has excellent optics by Leica, but only goes to 10X, and it was clear from descriptions of the wildlife sighting that greater magnification would really be useful. I therefore ...
... clued up and were asking questions like crazy. Then we walked over to the reptile section were the snakes are housed - now dont get too worried all is well and i was the one standing closest to the exit. Fabulous morning. Everyone has had lunch - now resting - departing for performance at 16:30. Will send photos as soon as i have a chance to upload. Signing out. ...
... second duty was at 1 so had a little break back at the tent reading my book
overlooking the antelope enclosure.
My second duty of the day was manning the entrance to cub world, taking peoples
tickets and sending them in the right direction. I was working with Erin for
this a girl from the tent attached to mine so had a laugh chatting and finding
out about her and her ...
... an adult. The fridge tart was enjoyed especially by David's baby boy, Jarod. Back home to pack ready for next part of adventure - car trip down to Drakensberg, Durban, Zinkwazi, Margate, East London, Addo, Port Elizabeth, Outshoorn, Knysna, Hermanus, Kleinmond, Cape Town, Worcester, Beaufort West, Ladybrand then back to Pretoria - 38 days and about 6000 ...
... but just because of the stories we heard. Heading through town we always had the doors locked and windows up because it’s not too uncommon to be held up at intersections. Pierre was unlucky enough to experience this first hand a couple times over the years. Every set of lights you pull up at has either beggars asking for your pennies or guys trying to sell you things you don’t need.
A cold Saturday morning saw us arise from our slumber in the dark. We were ...