Sunnyside Park Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Conference facilities
- Free parking
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... top ten in the world. We were also shown the 2 roomed home where our guide lives with 12 others. It was now time to visit the street with 2 Nobel laureates' houses in it,nelson Mandela and Desmond tutu. At the top of the street is the site where The Soweto riots started in 1976 and the street corner is dedicated to the young lad,hector pieterson who was the first of 2000 to be killed and opposite is a museum named in his memory and charts the origins of the black demands of ...
We got up really and went to the airport. The airport was so hot. It felt like we were in the check in line forever. Once we got to the cool waiting area we were all tired. The plane ride to Johannesburg was 5 hours. ON the plane our TVs didn't work so me and Ava went to a different spot to watch TV.
Once we landed we found the food ...
... all very nice and
professional, just not very communicative….
Finally, about 2:10 they started calling the names of people whose passports were ready.
I listened intently for my name to be called, nope….Then at about 2:20, another
list of names were blaring through the PA system, I was anxiously anticipating
my name to be called as I was nervously chatting with the security guard to
pass time. Not that round either. Then at about 2:30, ...
... and great meeting places. Downed more than a few last night... a very active meeting session.
Did the apartheid museum yesterday... a must do. Very well presented... what a sick episode in SA history. Sadly, though officially over, too many of the old attitudes remain... reinforced unfortunately by the activities of the Devil's little helpers!
... Landy ticks the romantic box, Toyota (crossing fingers) will tick the I-won't-test-your-marriage-by-breaking- down-too-often box. Plus, they had "Buddy" the cool talking boxer terrier as their advertising campaign - 'nuff said.
We initially had our eyes set on the Landcruiser 70 series, but at a cool half a million SA Rand we swiftly moved on. We had to get used to the bakkie idea but at the end of the day the Hilux ...