- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Africa seemed to be a pretty casual place for business.
Almost every evening, while in Johannesburg, we somehow would end up at Mandela Square. This was a huge and very exclusive mall with a ton of american stores and then some. And all the cars that were parked around the mall and neighborhood were nothing short of BMW, Porsche, Audi, Maserati, ...
... has a pride of African lions, a pride of white lions, a herd of wild dogs and a group of cheetahs. They also have a crèche where there's a 6 month old lion and a 5 month old Jaguar that we can go inside the enclosure with and have a little play. The lion, Ivory, was adorable and let us tickle her tummy, but the jaguar, Shaka, was a little monster and kept trying to scratch us, eat our shoes and steal the rings off my fingers. Alex and Steph also went to ...
... MAC products being cheapppppp! New purple lipstick and brush for me... And some stuff for mum :) Then we bought a couple presents, more stuff for ourselves and we managed to maneuver the self serve ticketing system at the cinemas; but first it was dinner time again in Nelson Mandela Square but this time at Trumps.. A steakhouse. Now the food was good... But as always my eyes were too big for my stomach and I did something for the first time ever in my adult life that ...
... that was just released last month. If it was the end of my trip, I may have picked up some stuff. At 4:00 I walked through a lightening storm back to Eetu's, then passed out yet again. He got home at 5:00, I slept till 6:30. We then caught a cab and headed out to a place called Melrose Square. This is a very nice area, a few blocks of new buildings, cool designs, and open air restaurants. I ...
... multi-laned highways the sprawl of this monster city becomes apparent. An outskirts of miles and miles of industrial mess, shipping containers, softy orche coloured land brushed aside and levelled for factories, rail yards, builders yard, scrap yards, car yards, lorry yards. You get the picture of a hungry city devouring as much of this worthless dusty bush as it can with no thought for economy. Nothing more than a single story, a act park ...