The Village Lodge

Address: 49 Napier Street, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8001, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Cape Town CBD - Foreshore area of Cape Town, is near Two Oceans Aquarium, District Six Museum, Abseil Africa, and Bo-Kaap Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Cape Town

        Escape to the Cape

        A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Mar 27, 2015

        1 comment, 63 photos

        ... water masses (the cold Benguela current and the warm Agulhas current). I know, I've never heard of them either.

        My highlight of the day was the Boulders Penguin Colony, The African Penguin uses the beaches here to breed. In 1982 two pairs of penguins settled here and now the colony has grown to about 3000 birds. The colony is situated on a sheltered beach in a residential area. The penguins wander freely in this protected area and are completely unaffected ...

        The beginning.....

        A travel blog entry by kit-tess on Mar 26, 2015


        ... br> This year is going well for me unlike last year!!!

        We were going to see a golden rock but mum and dad thought it was a bit lame so we will go on a train instead! We will see lots of temples made by old people.

        We are packing to go! I go to ISHB we do i.b (which is really hard)…


        Cape Town

        A travel blog entry by kmaclean333 on Oct 14, 2014

        27 photos

        ... the fact that there were locked doors for many retail, travel agent and hotels where you needed to get buzzed in. It was more about the perception that was created, not sure what the true reality is but I was wary but not fearful. Also learned more about the apartheid regime and how it tore this country apart which was very eye opening, especially District 6 which remains barren after the government razed the entire 60k population area where people of all races had been living ...

        By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.

        A travel blog entry by dulciejones1 on Sep 01, 2014

        5 photos

        ... of Lion's Head, Neil and Francois. Along with one of their friends Sias. They were funny and had the best accents ever, they took us wine tasting, to Signal Hill to watch the sunset and out drinking down Long Street. We were really sad when we finally had to leave Cape Town, especially after having made such great friends with the boys, but I'm sure it won't be the last time we see them, whether through the constant reminder that social media provides or hopefully upon another trip to Cape ...

        My Last Full Day in Cape Town

        A travel blog entry by kvstark on Jun 13, 2014

        1 comment

        ... the street. Still, I made it there and back and nothing bad happened, thankfully. They’re VERY serious about their security here though – all of the houses are gated (like in Cape Town) and the spikes and electric fencings are no joke. I’ve seen prisons in the US with less serious security than some of the residences on the street in this safer part of Joburg.

        Had three delicious pork bao zi (big dumplings) for ...