The PortsWood

PortsWood Road, PortsWood Square, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8002, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Cape Town CBD - Foreshore area of Cape Town, is near Two Oceans Aquarium, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, and Cape Point.
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    ... and we all started jamming out to some African and American songs. We had no problem yelling the words out even if some of us may have not known the right words or even that our voices weren't the best. We were all just comfortable and happy to be together - as a family. As we were singing, Cecil kept looking over and saying again that this was a bad hour and that he could really use a drink. I don't think he liked us leaving. We all developed ...

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