- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Franschoek is a scenic little village filled with art and craft stores, cafes and restaurants.
We headed back to the Jonkershoek Nature Reserve for a walk and a surprise braai - a South African braai (bbq) quite literally ...
... one of the oldest in South Africa. The winery had amazing old buildings and started in the 17th century. After all the wine it was time to party in Stellenbosch as it was our last big night out as a group - so many new friends that have made the tour so fun! In the morning we woke up with sore heads (some more than others - Nathan!) and into the big yellow truck for the last time. Final destination - Cape ...
... cheeses, fruit, chutneys and crackers and lemonade. The food took an age to arrive during which time the old dears talked to no-one in particular about their South Africa trip to-date. We did our best to ignore them and the old boy started nodding off. Lunch was very tasty, including Eland, but Jackie declared it was the dullest lunch she had ever had had. By now she was obviously getting bored and kept repeating the phrase "Fun, fun, fun", which I think I had ...
... we went to the Boschendal Vineyard Estates and Museum. They have preserved a home with architecturally and its interiors as it was on the manor in the 17th Century, thatch roof and all. Again, fabulous scenery! We headed back to Stellenbosch for a little shopping then returned to Abby Manor in Cape Town for a lovely dinner in...including a guest lecturer on African culture. An amazing day once ...
... back a few steps each time he passed one of the security personnel stationed at regular intervals on this street. In their absence it would have been frightening. But this was the only time anything like that happened. There were a couple of times in Cape Town when we changed our course because we seemed to be walking into fairly deserted areas.
The other circumstance that tends to be frightening is the opposite -- crowds -- and especially ...