Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, Cape Town
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Awesome breakfast views. Deck in the room is amazing
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... it’s all excitement! If I were going to Mexico, I think the sadness of leaving Cape Town would over shadow any excitement I had for the following countries – however, now I’m coming back ‘home’ I’m just one big ball of happiness. I’ve constantly tried to put into words how much I love it here and have never found the right way to say it… I believe the fact I am choosing to come back says it all.
I’m going ...
... case, to avoid the African dust and heat, the animals were forced to parade by the cabin windows while roaring, trumpeting, hissing, or squawking. At least, I think that's what they said- I was still trying to get my head around the turn-down service that involved a foot massage and a back wax.
I did point out to DH that the Wounded Zebra was also a moving “hotel-on-wheels" and we had our own unique turn-down service ritual ...
... an exciting experience all around. Most unique experience today, and probably the most unique experience overall on this trip was at and on the way to Cape Point. From the beautiful million-dollar estates built on the edge of the mountain overlooking the ocean, and the extraordinary views on Chapman's Peak Drive, to the ravishing views of the ocean seen from the top of Cape Point, this experience was one to truly behold. The most fun thing was capping ...
... donate with your bill, a pretty good idea I thought.
Saturday was gorgeous so I took the advice of my dorm mate and hopped on the city sightseeing peninsula tour. If you're ever in Cape Town I'd strongly recommend doing this as it takes you outside of the city to places you'd struggle to get to without a car. First stop was Kirstenbosch botanical gardens, huge gardens containing only indigenous plants at the foot of Table Mountain. It would be ...
... at the University and kindly offered to be my personal guide through the neighborhood and the University, proudly introducing me to his friends and telling me about the open mic night he was hosting at Cape Towns best cafe called Truth Coffee. I was profusely thanking him constantly, which I think he was taken aback by, because I guess I couldn't really digest the ease with which we were wandering down the street and also how much he was showing me of the ...