SUN1 Alberton

Address: St Austel Street, Alberton, Gauteng, 1450, South Africa | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on St Austel Street, Alberton, is near Witwatersrand (Wits) University, Johannesburg Fort, Everard Read Gallery, and Kim Sacks Gallery.
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    A travel blog entry by unstuck on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... since picking them up in Johannesburg. I should currently be putting my earplugs in to muffle the airy, staccato snores from across the room and trying to sleep, but I’m instead taking this inopportune moment to start a record of my journey through Southern Africa thus far – ugh, actually, I think I should put those earplugs in anyways.

    That’s better.

    I’ve ...

    Soweto & Apartheid Museum

    A travel blog entry by kmpowdrill3 on May 21, 2014

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    My most interesting observation was the looks of residents when we visited their neighborhood. Some looked displeased with our presence near the Regina Mondi Church. Others waved to us on the charter bus. My most unique experience was going to Nelson Mandela's house! After watching a Long Walk to Freedom it felt surreal being in his home. The lady shared Mandela's family tradition of burying umbilical cords under the ...

    Almost wedding day...

    A travel blog entry by thescanlans on Dec 13, 2013

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    Wedding preparations have reached fever pitch as we are finally one day away from the big day! The morning was spent at the church getting things ready, and the kids and I returned to the house to spend the afternoon at the pool. Such a gorgeous 25 C spring day with partly cloudy deep blue skies and a gentle ...

    Almost a movie...

    A travel blog entry by thescanlans on Dec 12, 2013

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    ... explore my home culture. I left here never wanting to come back, and then realized what the Lord has given in this amazing land. This spurred a bout of homesickness and a new desire to return. Through time, and a few trips back, I was able to let go, and trust the Lord in whatever He's doing in our lives. Amazing that we have come full circle, and have a new God-given desire to see spiritual healing in this land.

    South Africa

    A travel blog entry by activecarbon on Feb 24, 2013

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    ... black) people, has played a central part in much of South Africa's recent history. Soweto today, as our driver explained, is experiencing a sort of revival. Of course there are still those who live in extreme poverty, but today there are also middle class families who are making their home here. The township is really more of a city, with schools, including a university, shopping centers and one of the largest hospitals in the world. The most famous (former) resident ...