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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Commodore Cape Town
A bit expensive but very good service
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We woke up to fog again today, and when we went out walking this morning , it really felt like Fall. The leaves are starting to turn, and the pool has quite a few fallen leaves in each morning. Today we we're getting rested up and organized for our trip home. After spending some time relaxing around the pool, we walked to the Waterfront checking …
Calgary to Amsterdam 9 hrs Amsterdam to cape town 11 hrs Arriving at Cape Town at 10 pm we shared a shuttle to the V&A (Victoria and Alfred) waterfront. Cape Town was originally a Dutch colony but was captured by the British in the 1800's
Up at 0530 hrs to see an unusual fog over part of the city. Healthy breakfast of smoked salmon and cranberry juice followed by sightseeing at the Slave museum and Company Gardens. Consequently a photography competition was the order of the day. Lol. I noticed a grey squirrel munching away and took some shots. Bei wanted ...
... same question this time. While a bit more pessimistic, the answer was the same. He saw a growing middle class that would tame, hopefully, the errant leadership. My favorite story deals with Terry’s great sense of humor. For whatever reason, I said something like, “Well, you know I’m from Brooklyn”. Having listened to my accent for the previous several days, Terry looked and me and said, “No kidding!” I ...
... to go have sushi. Dad showed up from work not long after that. When dad came back from work we had some pop at the restaurant and headed over to the canal walkway mall to get something to eat and just explore the mall. We looked around and then ate. After we ate we went back to the hotel room. Then I typed this and now I'm going to bed. Goodnight!! :)