Harfield Guest Villa

26 First Avenue, Harfield Village, Cape Town, South Africa
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Accomadation in Cape Town

by Janice4

Hi,

I will be travelling to Cape Town on the 19 Dec - 3 January 2009 and require a 2 bedroomed apartment along the Atlantic coast or Cape Town City. My budget is around R12,000 total. Anyone got any ideas?

Thanks

Re: Accomadation in Cape Town

by Jenniflower

You will need budget accommodation if that is your total budget for Cape Town - incl petrol, food, sight seeing etc!

www.sleeping-out.co.za is quite good, as is Rooms For Africa, here is a link to cheap accomm there.

http://www.roomsforafrica.com/dest/south-africa/western-cape/cape-town.jsp?filter=3&sort=4&x=10&y=13

Re: Accomadation in Cape Town

by Jenniflower

Anything near the Waterfront is very expensive... best to not stay near there..

Re: Accomadation in Cape Town

by Wormy121

Check out www.thompsons.co.za they have packages to suite your pocket and dates.

Travel Tips for Cape Town

FOUR SEASONS. ^_^

by PEE-WEE

Whatever season you have chosen to visit Cape Town, be warned of the old joke: Cape Town has four seasons - sometimes all in one day. Keep this in mind, especially if you plan to go hiking or be outdoors for the day.

Cape Town & the Peninsula's summer time (our winter) has a Mediterranean climate with little rain and lots of sunshine. Its winter time (our summer), also called the secret season, can have days of rain and wind, however often you will have perfect temperate days.

Diving with local knowledge

by kim_shell

I can highly recommend diving in Cape Town. There are numerous wrecks in the bays which had a wide range of cargo. There is also the Great White Shark diving safaries. We have done all our diving with a company called Pisces Divers and would recommend them to any one travelling to Cape Town All equipment can get hired, and the rates are reasonable

CITY AND SURROUNDINGS.

by PEE-WEE

The city centre lies to the north of Table Mountain. The commercial centre, known as the City Bowl, takes in many of Cape Town's attractions. The Castle of Good Hope was built between 1666 and 1679 and is one of the oldest European structures in Southern Africa. The South African Museum is a good old-fashioned place, with cases and cases of stuffed animals and bloodthirsty dioramas of dinosaurs. Exhibitions of indigenous cultures include some startlingly lifelike displays of San communities. If you see only one museum in Cape Town make it the District Six Museum, a much simpler place dedicated to residents of this formerly vibrant and now bulldozed community. The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is to the north of the city centre. This area is unashamedly pitched at tourists but it avoids the glossy unreality of comparable port revamps. It's atmospheric, interesting and packed with restaurants, bars, music venues, shops and a great aquarium. This area kicks on late so head down anytime.

Moving around Cape Town

by Jigmonkeyuk

Metered taxi's are cheap and very readily available, so use them!

However, only use taxi companies recommended by your hotel. I found Marine taxi's were good.

Always drive with your doors locked and windows shut if possible. Street kids and peddlers will snatch things from inside your car, including your sunglasses of your head!

Never leave anything on display in your car when parked up. People will steal almost anything!

I found driving in Cape Town fine, going without any hiccups, please take onboard the above advice.

Margarita.....

by tgirl007 about The Mexican Kitchen

Great little ecclectic cafe/restaurant...love the ambiance as its usually full of people and life, so it is best to book in advance... Love the lentil soup...the tortillas...just about everything...especially the Margarita...ay caramba!!!

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