Executive Hotel

Address: 31 Gallagher Avenue, Midrand, Gauteng, 2076, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 31 Gallagher Avenue, Midrand.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Executive Hotel Midrand

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Midrand

Week 1

A travel blog entry by christie68 on Jun 21, 2014

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... his car, so at least I will be able to drop him at work and be able to get out and about, viewing places etc. Tuesday: I drove Paul to work in anticipation of receiving a call from one of the agents to go and view a couple of properties she had advised us of, but after ringing her all day and sending messages she finally answered the phone at 5pm and said she no longer worked there, she had only mailed us 36 hours earlier, so I sent a mail to another contact and hope ...

That flight wasn't really so bad...

A travel blog entry by nrosenlieb on May 10, 2014

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We began our journey yesterday (Friday) in Hartford. We left the house around 1:15 (just so you get an idea of total travel time) for our 3:25 flight to Atlanta. Given our combined luck with air travel, we were dubious about our flights. We made it to Atlanta with only slight delay and still had time to grab a bite to eat before the dreaded 15 hour flight. Not knowing what sorts of food we may encounter in Africa, we (I) ...

Richard Bunbury and the Rainbow Nation

A travel blog entry by normflach on Dec 06, 2013


... that piece of his history.

A scholar of English literature, Richard idolized Canadian literary critic Northrop Frye. We had both been profoundly influence by Frye's works, and enjoyed many discussions on that theme. Richard chose teaching as his career and emigrated to Vancouver where he taught for twenty years. Richard loved Canada. It made me smile when he would passionately praise the Canadian Constitution as a model for the world.

Trip to Africa July 2013

A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jul 13, 2013

17 comments, 1 photo

As a child we played down at the creek with bows and and arrows and spears made from bamboo hunting wild beasts from Africa. In 1956 TV came to Australia which introduced us to Jungle Jim and Tarzan, all the mystery of darkest Africa in our homes. Old movies like the African Queen and eventually the WWW filled our imagination with ...

Amazing way to start my Adventure....Africa

A travel blog entry by andreafarrow on Jul 14, 2012

7 comments, 39 photos

... from a distance up close u can see there own little personalities :-)

Back onto the bumpy dirt road to the main road... Whilst just looking out my window......

I screamed "Cheetah, Cheetah, Cheetah!!!!"

OMG she was just goin for a morning walk :-) we pulled over... Got out of the car and were able to stand about 5meters from this gorgeous animal... Thanks to the fence between us..

It did sit in the grass as soon ...