SUN1 Benoni

Address: Cnr. Munyan Street & Mowbray Avenue, Benoni, Gauteng, 1501, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cnr. Munyan Street & Mowbray Avenue, Benoni.
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      Reviewed by icky237

      My hotel

      Reviewed Mar 14, 2012
      by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

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      Travel Blogs from Benoni

      Perth to Johannesburg

      A travel blog entry by muzza22au on Mar 16, 2013

      After a turbulent take off in Perth my flight to joburg was underway. The staff and crew were very friendly and the food was great. For dinner I had chicken breast which was succulent and juicy with veggies. I also tried two different red South African wines which were also tasty. The flight was smooth and uneventful. Coming into Johannesburg it was dark but the city is lit up quite nicely, I cannot wait to see ...

      Paige's Adventure's

      A travel blog entry by paigelynn on Mar 14, 2012

      South Africa is one of the wealthiest African countries toward the southern tip of the African continent. South Africa is about the size of Peru. The humidity is very low there. The familes in South Africa are very close. In almost every household they have the extended family living in their homes. Most of the caucasion's that live in South Africa have ...

      On the move again

      A travel blog entry by katherine-anne on Mar 08, 2012

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... Sounded exciting too, ex-Mafia mansion built in 1970 by an infamous drug lord. But actually it is a nice, big, English looking place, in the suburbs, so it could be anywhere really, and to my great sadness, for all its history of drugs and crime, you can't even get a drink here - no license.

      I'll spare you the details of my 2 hour walk in search of one - why do I still fall for the African time trap, 20 minutes each way, they said, ...


      A travel blog entry by michael.sandi on Jun 21, 2011

      11 photos

      ... during and the end of apartheid. There was SO much to read in the museum and so much to see. We really learnt a lot.

      Funnily, the museum was across the road from a theme park and casino so we headed there for a late lunch and took a taxi home. We had to meet our tour at 6pm which was about 4 blocks away and we walked there for the meeting. The Acacia meeting is very different to the Intrepid ones. The Intrepid ones would ...

      Soccer, Soccer, Hooligans, Soccer

      A travel blog entry by kimmeagher on Jul 03, 2010

      5 photos

      ... but as far as I knew when I went back to sleep they were going to arrest him, but we woke up and he was still here. To be honest I was kind of hoping they would keep him for a while. I tried to listen in on what was going on while the police were tearing his room apart, but I couldn't understand the accents very well. Oh well, another one for the books.
      Happy 4th of July! I'm sad I won't be home for it, but I'm sure everyone will have a good time anyway ;)


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