Address: 7 De Villiers Road, Wynberg, Cape Town, Western Cape, 2004, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7 De Villiers Road, Wynberg, is near Table Mountain, Rhodes Memorial, Para-Taxi Tandem Paragliding, and Sleepy Hollow Horse Riding.
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Travel Blogs from Wynberg

The Fairest Cape of All (Second Only to Cape Cod)

A travel blog entry by molliecura on Jan 15, 2015

2 comments, 116 photos

... under the hot sun. Many of them swim gracefully in the water, others chill on boulders in small groups and the males incubate the eggs. Sitting on their eggs under the African sun is quite the task. Very few of them are bright enough to seek the nearby shade to make their nest so the majority sit, beak open, panting in the heat. Sadly, many of them get too hot and have to abandon their eggs which consequently fry in the sun. Luckily we didn't see this happen. Most ...

Wednesday's brass bell

A travel blog entry by breezymag on Nov 28, 2014

... a big day with waking up so early and doing so much that I didn't sleep well Tuesday night so was absolutely goneeee Wednesday morning. It was such a struggle. But I told myself I'm never gonna miss program for a lame excuse like that so I still made it to childcare. After program today (I'm not going to talk much about childcare this week - the kids have been absolute devils) , Di Alison Steph and I took the train to Cape Town to ...

Today was sightseeing............ Again!

A travel blog entry by wickedhunter on Oct 14, 2014

Today we went on the city sight seeing Again! The only difference is that this time,we got off the bus this time. Our first stop was at kristenbosch botanical gardens. There, we went on a "walk through the canopy", which was basically just a bridge in the trees, but is swayed a lot, which scared the poo out of me, at the gardens there was a lot of people, but not just people, old people. After the gardens we went to the world of birds, but the funny ...

Day 6 - Business Visits

A travel blog entry by mikewho19 on Jun 06, 2014

11 photos

... bar, jelly beans, a juice and a bottled water. The food wasn’t very good.

The second meeting we had was with PRASA, Public Rail Agency of South Africa. There we spent approximately two and a half hours in which they discussed with us upgrades that were made in 2010 that was primarily due to the world cup being help in Cape Town, South Africa. They also went into detail about the expected significant upgrades ...

Robben Island and Peninsula Tour

A travel blog entry by janehudon on May 06, 2014

7 photos

... the guards would tell the visitor that the prisoner was sick while they really were not or would tell the prisoner that the visitor had not some even though the visitor was there.
-Prisoners had to speak Afrikaans or a language that the guards would understand.
-children under 18 were not allowed to visit.
-in the 1800s the island was used as an infirmary for people with leprosy. In 1891 the Leprosy Repression Act segregated the invalids by ...