Protea Hotel Tyger Valley

Address: Hendrik Verwoerd Drive, Welgemoed, Western Cape, 7530, South Africa | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Hendrik Verwoerd Drive, Welgemoed.
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      Cape Town day 3

      A travel blog entry by tash-and-gav on Aug 10, 2013

      3 photos

      Woken to awful stormy weather and had to decide how to use our day wisely. It was Bec and baz's last day and we had planned to go to Robben Island to see where Nelson Mandela was impress ones but again the water was too stormy. So we asked Amy, the owner of our hostel, and se suggested we take the train to Kalk bayWhich is supposed to be a beautiful little costal town with delicious fish and chips. We went to the train station and paid £2.20 per ...

      Day 6!

      A travel blog entry by emilyjohannes on May 13, 2013

      7 photos

      Today was a fun day! We started the day with breakfast at the hostel. It's pretty good :) and there's a cute dog walking around. After breakfast we went to a local church for our class discussion. It was called Cape Town Union Congregational Church. The pastor was very welcoming and let us use the sanctuary as a meeting space since the other spaces were being used. He talked to us a little about the history of the church and told ...

      First Day in Cape Town

      A travel blog entry by theoreilly on Apr 02, 2013

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... turns eventually cured the vehicle of its left-leaning tendencies and rational conservatism ultimately seemed to straighten that problem out. But that was still not before a couple of rapid 'pull-off-the-road-into-a-lot's to stop, rest and breathe again. There are a couple of photographs showing clearly that Terry had to both drive and read the map, that the steering wheel really was on the wrong side, and also recording the pointing and learning ...

      On arrive en ville!

      A travel blog entry by maa3 on Nov 23, 2012

      11 comments, 22 photos

      ... br>
      En tout on a vu 3 requins pendant qu’on était dans la cage… Au signal on nous demande de sortir pour laisser rentrer l’autre groupe. Sortir de la cage est une aventure en soi, il faut se déplacer vers la sortie et ensuite… sortir. Bon, il faut comprendre qu’on a une ceinture de plomb en bandoulière autour du coup, il y a l’eau qui s’est infiltrée dans la combinaison qui ajoute sérieusement au poids, la cage qui continu de se ...

      Cape Town... from top to bottom

      A travel blog entry by saherewecome on Jun 26, 2012

      ... two Ostrich on the way to the Cape. The entire area is loated in a National Park so there is a variety of wildlife. The male and female pair were standing in the rain looking not too happy. We made our way back to Miller's Point for a late lunch, crossed the Cape Peninsula via Chapman's Peak, a narrow two lane road carved through the mountains. We passed through Hout (wood in Afrikaans) Bay and made our way back to the city. Garth provided a rich ...