The Bay Hotel

Address: 69 Victoria Road, Camps Bay, Western Cape, 8040, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 69 Victoria Road, Camps Bay, is near Robben Island, Camp's Bay Beach, District Six, and City Hall.
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      Lovely Cape Town

      A travel blog entry by carlacarla on Nov 21, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      Cape Town is beautiful - white sand, palm trees, bright blue ocean and a stunning landscapes. The pictures do not accurately portray the magnificence of it all . While on safari we did a fair amount of sitting (and eating) so first activity was to hike Table Mountain which proved to be quite a 5 hour challenge. The climb to the top was worth it …

      CTown Day 3: Table Mount. & Stellenbosch Viney

      A travel blog entry by dgoldbost on Sep 08, 2014

      3 comments, 15 photos

      Last day in South Africa. Kinda bummed but we have had a great trip and are ready to head home. We had breakfast early and checked out. Our flight isn't until 5:30 pm so we decided to head up to the top of Table Mountain early and then visit a 400 year old Dutch Vineyard called Steenberg about 30 mins outside the city. We took the tram/cable car to the top of Table and had breakfast at the peak. The fog creep was still coming over the ...

      Bo-Kaap and Beautiful Stellenbosch

      A travel blog entry by rok1_89 on May 25, 2014

      3 photos

      ... at the Stellenbosch winery. He took us around the facilities and through the steps from bringing in the grapes, to crushing them, the fermentation process, aging, and clarification processes. It was extremely interesting to me, and the delicious variety wines surely didn't hurt either. Most unique experience of the day was visiting Stellenbosch and absorbing the rich history of such a neat little town. The British and ...

      Can't go further south...

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Apr 11, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... car. Cape Town (Kaapstad) was established by the Dutch in the 1600’s as a supply station to provide the ships of the United East Indie Company (Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie or V.O.C.) with provisions. They established a fort which was built in the same shape as the traditional Dutch Bulwark (Vesting)Towns – Star shaped. The fort was built right on the seafront with the water lapping around its base. After ...

      The Fire Hickey and a penguin

      A travel blog entry by kendrasworld on Jul 07, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... cool being at the very end of Africa, and it is a wild coast. After the point we went to go and see the Africa penguins! They are really adorable. We saw the, waddling around, surfing in the waves, cuddling with their babies, and doing other penguin like things. See pictures ���� On our way back we stopped in the fishing village, Hout Bay, for some delicious Hake (a very rich and flaky white fish) and calamari and chips which was delicious and recommended ...