Urban Chic Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUrban Chic Boutique Hotel Cape Town
Verry nice room! We could see the Table mountain trough our window :)
Also we had a great bath between our bathroom and bedroom, so you could have a bath and talk with your beloved one while he was laying on the bed :p
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Charrielove stayed here on Apr 7, 2014 during their trip titled: Charrielove & Spreej @ Zuid-Afrika.
... and then did a 15 km or so ride in some wicked wind conditions...spinning and weights paid off as I was the only one who made it up one of the hills! Overall Capetown is a very beautiful city with a variety of great areas and things to do. The people that I interacted with were great (though I was approached a lot while walking alone), and the only thing that made me feel unsafe was people constant reminding to make sure bags are done up and held securely, the tourist safety ...
... It made a big noise though. There was a big group of black school children there watching as well and some of them got really scared when the canon went off because the sound was pretty loud.
After that we went to the District 6 museum. On the way there, it started to hail. Yes, hail. The weather here has been kind of crazy. The District 6 museum was ok. Apartheid is really, really sad and depressing. There were a lot of details ...
... two other guests (two girls from Belgium), so the five of us ventured out in the rain. It was a fun night and Ganre, our host, was a fun and energetic guy, although also a bit crazy, and he appeared to be a white supremacist. Brock and I couldn’t believe some of the things he said about his Africaans race’s superiority over the rest of the races in ZA. We read that in the region around Cape Town, Stellenbosch particularly, there are a lot of ...
... sit in the open air second level and just enjoy the ride. However I changed my mind when I realized one of the stops as a local Township at Hout Bay. I have always wanted to tour a favela, or "informal settlement". We had a tour guide waiting for us to take us through the township for 40 minutes. As expected, the residents are very poor, and their housing ranged from what looked like almost a childrens forts, so some real nice large brick homes. I'm not sure how they got ...