Three Cities Riverside Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThree Cities Riverside Hotel Durban
The hotel is about 3 star and has seen better days.
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... topic with total irreverence. The crowd was a homogenous mix of all races and the MC spared non of them in his humor. Amidst all this the meals to feed the several hundred guests flowed from the kitchen seamlessly and they were GOOD! Lines of "character" waiters streamed around the tightly packed tent balancing numerous plates of food up their arms dispensing jokes and wise cracks along with the courses. Empty plates were scooped up and disappeared ...
... if you know exactly where you are going, and if you know where to make the right turns. Remember we are driving on the opposite side of the road, like the British.
We had to stop at three different toll booths, each requesting a different amount. We have reached our destination, Durban.
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... the landscape while only a few kms away lie some of the poorest neighborhoods in the entire world, where thousands live on only a few dollars per day.
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