Protea Hotel Pretoria Hatfield
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- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
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Travel Blogs from Hatfield
... first tennis training went down alright although my blisters from an urg the night before didn't allow my inner Roger to come out, although most of my shots defiantly did go out.
... a red velvet hot chocolate. A red velvet hot choc is a hot choc with the muffin 'red velvet' in it and all mushy. My dad told me that he had this strange drink once and was really confused as he didn't realise what it was!! After breakfast we went for a fun tour of Pretoria uni with my cousin who is a student there and then a slice of cake at a cafe. We recorded The Lord is my shepherd. We then went to the Voortrekkers ...
... with temps dropping to -8C at night, rising to single digits during the day. Did a good long hike into the Pitseng Gorge which warmed us up, especially the steep climb back to the village. It was interesting to see how rural people live; basically subsistence farming using hand implements and oxen most of the time. They are known as Basotho people and the rural communities live in rondavels made from mud, with thatched ...
... a guard). I refused to move further from that place and Gonzalo was too tired to protest. We slept in our car for a few hours and at about 8.15 we returned to the hostel to check in.
We had a quick shower, got ready and headed to the most important site of our visit in Johannesburg - Apartheid Museum. On the way there we stopped in Debonairs Pizza to have brunch (our favorite and probably last Triple Decker).
In order to get in the Apartheid Museum we had ...
... and seemingly the only person he was close with, had recently died in a tragic accident (he wouldn't say how and I certainly didn't ask), prior to that his dad gave up on his family and left for no reason, he was sued for overstepping his bounds physically while caring for extremely aggressive autistic children and trying to protect both the child and his partner (he won), he then got shut out of his job. While unemployed, his girlfriend left ...