StayEasy Pretoria

Address: 632 Lilian Ngoyi Street, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0060, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 632 Lilian Ngoyi Street, Pretoria, is near National Zoological Gardens of South Africa, President Paul Kruger House, Sammy Marks House, and Church Square.
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      First day of school

      A travel blog entry by africa1213 on Jan 21, 2013

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      After a few applications to South Africans school via email last year they were rejected as no places available. When we arrived here was advised to contact the department of education, which is luckily just down the road. Happy to help, Hantie advised to contact again on the 10 or 11 January a day after the school term starts. So on 10 January we go see Hantie, this time fill in form and line up to see her. As now I hear there are 20000 kids ...

      The end of the road

      A travel blog entry by riahopkins on Nov 10, 2012

      ... on a line to grab me and bring me back up (telling me the whole time he had a message for me from my father: that he was to make sure I was returned safely. I told him it was doubtful my father had given him such a message as my father had no idea I had just jumped off a bridge, let alone that his Birthday money had payed for it, thanks Dad!!!). After getting back up to the lower part of the bridge, I had to walk alone along the underside of the bridge to land. Unfortunately I ...


      A travel blog entry by tomrc86 on Oct 02, 2012

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      ... all the way out to the monuments to Nelson Mandela or the Parliament buildings, but I did visit the city centre in order to change all my US dollars into rand and to find out about onward travel. The miners' strikes were at their peak at this point and the exchange rate for rand had plummeted, giving me a huge boost to my finances. Where R1000 would have cost me 100 three months earlier it now cost me only 76 so I was greatly benefiting from ...

      Giva, Soggy Doggy and guinea fowl

      A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Apr 08, 2012

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      ... haven't heard of the all too familiar stainless steel Cheeki water bottles.

      We saw the all too familiar beggars at the traffic lights. I had to smile at ones sign which read: “Mother kidnapped by Ninjas. Need R10 to pay for karate lessons”. Around the corner was the same sign but this time it was the wife that had been kidnapped!! – Obviously these Ninjas are a real problem.

      By this time we ...

      Flight "9/11"

      A travel blog entry by yodiva on Dec 19, 2011


      ... we were unable to take off until further notice! My first thoughts were, what the hell.... why is it the UK is the only place in the world, where things virtually come to a stand still every time it snows! It's not as if we live in the Bahamas and we suddenly get caught off guard is it?! Anyway (rant over) second thought was, damn, with only 1 hour between connections, I'm going to miss ...

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