Cape Town's beautiful Scenery
  • Cape Town is surely in the top 5 of the world's best cities and Table Mountain helps put it there and a must for anybody visiting. There are many routes to get up the mountain but for the strong at heart, the Cape Town is surrounded by the warm Indian and the cold Atlantic Ocean – which both boast magnificent beaches and the varied landscape of the Cape province which offers unmatched V & A waterfront apartments & sunsets! how did you find your visit to the mother city
  • Cape Town was beautiful! I was there with a group of travel agents and we stayed four nights. I stayed at 15 on Orange Hotel which is in the center of the city. Beautiful hotel, large rooms, perfect for business travel. Others in our group stayed at three other hotels: The Commodore, Table Bay, and the Twelve Apostles. The Commodore was very nice, perfect for groups, and very close to the V&A Waterfront. Table Bay is right on the Waterfront and 5 star. Perfect for someone who wants to be right in the middle of the action and also have luxurious accommodations. And for those that want over the top, the Twelve Apostles was ultra luxury with a beautiful view of the water and a shuttle that takes their guests down to the waterfront.

    We took the cable car up to Table Mountain (hiking up the mountain was not for me but we did see others doing it). I have great pictures from the top of the mountain and the day was very clear, mid 70s. We also took the Cape Peninsula tour and the tour of the Winelands. Had lunch at the Bread and Wine at Le Quartier Francais which is a pretty little boutique hotel. Lots of pics of penguins at Boulders Beach! We also visited the Amy Biehl Foundation where they are providing a program for kids to learn to play musical instruments (they take donations of instruments as well and will arrange for the shipping) and they also learn dance. We joined in and had a great afternoon.

    From there we went on Kruger and Johannesburg. It was a trip of a lifetime and well worth the long flight!

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