Sante Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... two of them play together.
As for the eye candy...there is a Ferrari, Lamborghini and Aston Martin dealership all within a short drive of the hotel. I seem them every day. Today, two beautiful red Ferrari's were parked outside my hotel!
Tomorrow is bike riding, wine tasting and cooking class. Dinner is at The Test Kitchen. One of C's choices. Let's see if it can out shine Nobu. Have I mentioned the pork belly???
... soon to be followed by Rian and Sume, and we all had a meal, some beers and I decided to call it a night at 10:30 when they ordered 2 more bottles of wine.
I woke up the next day with a mild hangover, and I realised that Summer was well and truly over as the mornings were getting really cold, as well as the fog and mists had really started to set in over the mountains. I headed out to the airport and managed to not get lost or crash the car on the way... even with ...
... side of the Continent. The wine industry is located on the Atlantic Ocean side of the Continent. I was starting on the Indian Ocean.
· Outside the Cape Peninsular where was a I going to buy wine. I like daily picnics with wine. Breads, cheese, some dry sausages and wine are part of my "value proposition" in life. For a fraction of the cost of a restaurant you can have a wonderful time. If ...
... signal hill for the 65167th firing of the canons at 12, snoek&chips, the scrummy Cape Ruby 2011 port (although you can't call it port as its not from Portugal!) on our Groot Constantia wine tour (also the hilarious dogs chasing the ducks in the pond there), the funny dude who we got our hire car from! Lows: Our last meal-in the Raddison-no need to say anything more, not getting to see Robben Island due to sea swells and then being fully ...
... I've ever seen!} we also had electric hook-up for our fridge/freezer which was helpful. We spent ages putting up the awning and our 'pop-up' roof and then having to remember to flick a switch on the house battery in order to get the 220 volt to work properly. Three times the car was just not quite close enough to plug the lead into the camp's socket. Backwards and forwards x 3!! This brought on a fit of extreme giggles, we laughed so much that it ...