6 Keith Road, Randburg, Gauteng, 9421, South Africa | Inn
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This inn, located on 6 Keith Road, Randburg, is near Johannesburg Zoo, South African National Museum of Military History, Museum Africa, and Kim Sacks Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Randburg

Day 11 Gymnastic Finals

A travel blog entry by roamed on Feb 22, 2014

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... hyenas, giraffe, antelope, buffalo, muskrat and lions. We paid extra to go in and pet the lion cubs.

After that we went on a Cheetah Walk. It was not what we expected. I thought we would take a walk among a few cheetahs. Instead we boarded a vehicle which was a safari truck but it felt like a bus. Then we went and got the cheetah which boarded the bus! Since I was next to the ...

My adventure begins

A travel blog entry by raquel_decanha on Dec 02, 2013

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... not the chattiest of them all which I am ok with I have my iPad and the tv selection on the show is complete with Carrie diaries so I am for the win. The food is gross hands down worst food. Surly with all the technology we have today one would assume that plane food would get better, we'll jokes on us.... Trying to fall asleep is gonna be fun with that screaming baby head phones don't faily me now 8 hours left lets pray that they fly by of I sleep right through ...

A Change Is Gonna Come

A travel blog entry by isag23 on Sep 02, 2013

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... one of the local ish chaperones, Mpumi, would take me around Joburg when she needed to go buy something which was cool cause I got to see a little bit of the city. If not, I would go to the men’s common room and chill with the coaches there and watch the Afrobasket championship (Angola won) which was fun because so many countries were represented at camp that there was always an argument or discussion amongst the coaches olo.

The only twist was I thought I was ...


A travel blog entry by ruthmari on Sep 01, 2012

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... of the local people who were lovely. Simon put some Zulu costume on and looked like a complete tool. The kids were so cute and wanted to high five us all the time and kept asking us to take photos of them.

Then the locals offered us their local dish - cow's cheek with salt and paprika. A couple of people on our tour turned their noses up and refused to eat it - I felt bad for the ...

A little amusement

A travel blog entry by saherewecome on Jul 08, 2012


We spent Sunday at Gold Reef City which is a small amusement park in Johannesburg. The kids had a great time riding roller coasters and being together. We had some South African cousins along as well which was great. We also went down an old gold mine shaft. You go down 225 meters (730 ft) and are taken ...