Protea Hotel Waterfront Pretoria

Address: Cnr Gordan Hood & Hendrik Verwoerd Avenues, Centurion, 0046, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Cnr Gordan Hood & Hendrik Verwoerd Avenues, Centurion, 0046, Pretoria, is near National Zoological Gardens of South Africa, Smuts House Museum, Fort KlapperKop Military Museum, and Museum of Natural History.
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Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Joburg and Pretoria... not all its hyped up to be

A travel blog entry by benn0r on May 16, 2014

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... drinking, singing, drinking, Habli, and you guessed it, more drinking. It was intense. And I loved every second of it. One guy who will henceforth be known as Jesus (epically long hair and viking beard) kept at me with sheep shagging jokes because he thought it was our favourite past time...apparently this guy had never met a New Zealander before. Towards the end of the night one of the girls was trying to recruit everyone to go out to a club nearby but by 2am ...

Meeting old friends and visiting favorite places

A travel blog entry by michaeldc on Mar 06, 2013

I have been back in South Africa for 5 days and I have to say that it is nice to be back. Of course it is nice to be back in Summer and working in a nice temperature - I also forgot how powerful the lightning and thunder is when it happens!
I worked the last 3 days in the Rosslyn facility and it was great for me to see so many old friends and meet some new faces. It was also nice to see ...

Pioneers reunited and ready for adventure!

A travel blog entry by pioneers2012 on Aug 28, 2012

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... for “FAIVE RAND-AH!” When it was finally time to depart, the train jolted forward and then assumed a grumbling pace out to Soweto. Charmingly, this giant jolt happened every time we left another station, so about six more times along the way. As Sarah put it: “I’m sure any knowledgeable person would tell us not to get on this train. But it’s our last few days, gotta find adventure somewhere!”


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Week 1: Family Reunite and a History on Soweto

A travel blog entry by alicemahalia on Jul 02, 2012

... in the area. After the Afrikaner National Party gained power in 1948 and began to implement apartheid, the pace of forced removals and creation of townships rapidly increased. By 1956 seperate townships were set up to house those from each tribal background. In 1963 the name Soweto was officially adopted for the whole area: Meaning SOuth WEstern TOwnships.
Soweto came to the worlds attention on 16 June 1976 with the Soweto Uprising when ...

Going Home!!!!

A travel blog entry by house_mouse on Nov 02, 2011

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... 8217;t believe how far I had to walk in order to get there. I finally arrived at the passport control, which was the last thing standing between me and SA freedom. Two signs, “European Passports” and “All Other Passports” hung before me. The decision was obvious however I did not make that immediate beeline for the counter. My heart was once again pulsating at a phenomenal rate whilst I eyed out the defence. There were two men, immediately ...