Protea Hotel Tyger Valley
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... museum I was very please. We saw their turning over of the key ceremony. They shot a little tiny cannon that made a huge bang. While we were there Z got a call that Table Mountain was open. First, he brought us to world famous Charlie’s Bakery. I bought a nice muffin but their shortbread cookies and brownies were outrageous.
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... up selling a whole bunch of awesome stuff and we got to try our hand at bartering (its not terribly hard but luckily we had one of our SHAWCO guys with us to help us out). We then walked almost the entirety of long street and stopped for an early dinner at a place called The Neighborhood. Catching a cab home was interesting because here was 9 of us to fit into a 7 person cab... laps were sat on for sure.
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... Then when we redeemed our cards, the nice lady said that we would have to lose our remaining credit, although we had been informed that we could redeem that as well. On reflection, I think she was pocketing that. It was chicken-feed, but it rankles, because I really want South Africa to be a good place. And here's the other thing, unless you take exactly 83 rides or some such number, you can never exhaust your credit: You can only top-up with nice numbers, ...
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