Tulip Hotel & Conference Center
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... who can swim and interact with the penguins. With so many penguins just waddling around, the place almost had a petting zoo feel to it, though I had no desire to actual touch any of the penguins.
After lunch we continued down to Cape Point, which is operated as part of the larger Table Mountain National Park. As we drove in, the landscape reminded us very much of the Isle of Skye in Scotland, with rolling plains dotted with large rocks ...
... cool city though, and we both really liked our time there. I feel like we could have easily spent a week or more and not gotten bored.
I think one of our favorite Cape Town sights was Table Mountain. Here is the opening description of Table Mountain from Wikipedia, which sums it up quite well:
"Table Mountain...is a flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town in South Africa, and ...
... and produces 3.3 % of the world's wine.
We have left the farm and continued with the rest of our touring of South Africa. There was frost on the windshield of the car the morning that we left! I can say that we were chilly in South Africa so far and we used the fireplace every night to warm up. We headed about 1.5 hours away, to an ocean town named Kleinmond, where we stayed one night in Carla's beach house. It was a great house in a ...