Westpoint Executive Suites

Address: 89 Grayston Drive, cnr West Road & Grayston, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2196, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 89 Grayston Drive, cnr West Road & Grayston, Johannesburg, is near Montecasino, Johannesburg Zoo, South African National Museum of Military History, and Bill Harrop's Original Balloon Safaris.
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      Last Full Day in Joburg

      A travel blog entry by jamestug on Nov 30, 2014

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      ... massive thank you to our families; the Katsoulis', the McDonic's and particularly the Silber's. For showing us all the ins and outs of the wonderful city that is Johannesburg. To the Silber's, thank you so much for welcoming me into your family and allowing me to experience the South African culture through a family.

      Johannesburg, gateway to Africa

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 15, 2014

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      ... town, and because of lack of regulation, there are massive mining dumps - large yellowish mountains of sand/dust - on the outskirts of the city. These are not healthy for its inhabitants, as they contain chemicals used to extract the gold. We saw that most of the inner-city inhabitants were black South Africans, who moved in town after the successful election of Nelson Mandela in 1992. When this happened, a lot of large companies moved out of downtown, but ...

      Paragliding and goodbyes

      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Apr 28, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... cities within cities, with I would imagine very little in the way of any sanitation or the facilities and way of life that we would be used to. The history of apartheid is still evident too, and we had numerous conversations around this subject. Mikey actually asked one of our waiters to please not call him “boss”, and you can’t help but be sickened with some of the stories as you look through the District 6 museum. Then on the other hand, Wayne told us that there is ...

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      A travel blog entry by miguel_nkosi on Jul 17, 2013


      Testing, testing, is this thing on? I lift a furrowed brow to my phantom audience. So this is how people communicate in the 21st century. Blog, sounds more like an unwanted response to a dodgy meal.

      I pat myself on the back in either case.

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      'The Ultimate Johannesburg' tour

      A travel blog entry by tash-and-gav on Jul 14, 2013

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      ... seems to be massive in Africa. The building contractor had been bribing the government to win the contract of building the houses which was supposed to be hundreds of millions and they were supposed to build 500000 houses but only built 100000 and ran off with the money! This problem has been rectified so the next company will not get away with that! We could probably learn a lot from Soweto as they have built lovely areas where families can meet and socialise ...