Thuringer Hof Hotel

Address: Corner Independence Avenue and Bahnhof Street, Windhoek, Namibia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Corner Independence Avenue and Bahnhof Street, Windhoek, is near Katutura Township.
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Travel Blogs from Windhoek

Going with the flow

A travel blog entry by gwoodford on Sep 26, 2014

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... a pillow under my arm. I caught the transfer to Victoria Falls only to find that my 11:00 am Air Zimbabwe flight to Johannesburg was going to be delayed by 4 and a half hours... W.T.F! This would mean I would most likely miss my connecting flight to my next destination, Windhoek in Namibia. Time to get creative. After exploring some options with British Airways and South African Airways, I managed to snag a deal with the new ...

Our last day in Africa

A travel blog entry by esploratore on Sep 13, 2014

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... they warn tourists not to drive there in their nice rental cars after dark. What would be really nice to have would be a proudly Namibian restaurant right in the heart of Windhoek! Maybe my calling?

As we walked back home, it rained again, and was positively pouring last night an this morning. After breakfast we checked out and headed over to the Namibian Crafts Center downtown. A ...

Ten days in Namibia

A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jun 01, 2014

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... It might seem from all we have written that Namibia is mostly flat, but inland from the dunes is the impressive Naukluft Mountain range. They rise steeply from the surrounding plains, have massive flat plateaus and are bound by gorges. We drove through these mountains and a couple of passes on our way back from Sesriem to Windhoek. Have enjoyed our ten days here, and after returning our rental are heading south by bus. ...

Empty city

A travel blog entry by adandgen on Mar 30, 2014

... you further, apparently 15% of Namibia's population live in Windhoek. Where are they???

Frodo came and slept with us. Heeheehee.

The next morning we were collected by the car rental company we were using for our self drive expedition round the rest of Namibia. They brought our two Nissan 4x4s with them and showed us how to pitch the tents that sit on the roof of the jeeps. All the camping equipment we needed was in the back and they ...

The Rains Down in Africa

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 24, 2014

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... kwacha out from an ATM when we got in. With it still raining, we boarded the bus, resigned to figuring it out on arrival.

Just as the bus pulled away from Windhoek, however, we learned that you can't exchange Namibian dollars anywhere outside of Namibia. It's a worthless currency as soon as you leave its borders, and we were left holding $280 dollars worth of it. We felt positively sick to our stomachs. If we'd had decent internet in Swakopmund, this was ...