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Re: Cape Grace Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa

Former Member ·
so vintage and classy, must be expensive
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Re: Cape Grace Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa

DrFumblefinger ·
It was part of a package that included safaris in Botswana and travel to Victoria Falls, so I'm not aware of the line item expense but the package was expensive. But it was a remarkable experience, Andredeya. I usually stay in "average" places but once in a while it's nice to pamper yourself. The Cape Grace will definitely pamper you More info on Cape Town HERE . A Daytrip from Cape Town HERE .
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov 4, 2014: Empty Cafe, Paris

Travel Rob ·
What a cool shot!
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov 4, 2014: Empty Cafe, Paris

DrFumblefinger ·
Excellent -- almost sad -- photo, Islandman. Tables and chairs are made for folks to rest and enjoy.
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Re: Spring Time on Table Mountain

Travel Rob ·
Thanks adventuretime88 , Your blog made me feel like I was taking that hike! California really is an incredible state .
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Re: Spring Time on Table Mountain

DrFumblefinger ·
A most beautiful place! I can see why it's special to you. Glad that there are still unspoiled places left like this in California. From your photos it's a little difficult to get a sense of the size and scale of Table mountain. Is it a huge place? A smaller oasis?
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Re: Spring Time on Table Mountain

adventuretime88 ·
I have spent whole days hiking Table Mountain and haven't even covered half of it. The top of the mountain is divided by the single two lane road that cuts up and over it. This day was spent on the West side of the divide. I couldn't find any information on the square mileage, but as a rough estimate I would say "huge". There are also caves, which I have never found, but then again I have never found Phantom Falls, either. Just North of this spot there is a "ghost town" called Cherokee.
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Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov 4, 2014: Empty Cafe, Paris

IslandMan ·
    I'm not sure if we were too early or too late, but seeing all these empty chairs and tables lined up outside a cafe along the Champs Elysees in Paris was a most unusual sight I thought. Normally when you see pictures of cafes in Paris ...
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Cape Town: Grand Dame of Africa

DrFumblefinger ·
(Cape Town, viewed from Table Mountain) It’s hard not to love a visit to Cape Town, a grand old city, one of the finest anywhere. It’s the oldest city in Southern African and has been captivating tourist’s hearts for centuries....
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Cape Grace Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa

DrFumblefinger ·
In my many years of traveling I've stayed in a variety of accommodations ranging from primitive tents to huts to luxury resorts.  Never have I had a better stay than in Cape Town's wonderful Cape Grace Hotel.  We arrived in Cape Town after a...
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Travel Guide to Southwestern Missouri

British Solomon (Guest) ·
We visit some of the attractions of Southwestern Missouri, including Branson and some of the region's lovely natural attractions.
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May 9, 2018: Table Rock, Boise, Idaho

Samantha ·
Samantha shares some incredible views atop Table Rock in Boise, Idaho.
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Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Sept. 21, 2013: Table Mountain National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

DrFumblefinger ·
 Cape Town is a special and beautiful place  in large part because it's framed by the bulky sandstone mass of Table Mountain.  Table Mountain is a wilderness area set in an urban environment, a flat topped mountain frequently...
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Spring Time on Table Mountain

adventuretime88 ·
Table Mountain is perhaps Oroville California's best kept secret (aside from Burma Falls).   During the winter waterfalls flow from the edges of Table Mountain to the floor of the valley. If you are lucky and know a local then you might even find...
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Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery, Branson

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger visits a trout hatchery in Branson, Missouri.
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Lake Havasu Lighthouse Replicas - Part 1 of 3

Samantha ·
Lake Havasu, Arizona has become “the city with most lighthouses in America,” thanks to its collection of 1/3 scale lighthouses from everywhere.
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Re: Lake Havasu Lighthouse Replicas - Part 1 of 3

PHeymont ·
What a fascinating idea! It sort of fits with the Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas, but a 'bit' less commercial. I'm looking forward to the rest...
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Re: Lake Havasu Lighthouse Replicas - Part 1 of 3

Samantha ·
Thanks for the nice comment. Hope you enjoy the rest
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Re: May 9, 2018: Table Rock, Boise, Idaho

George G. ·
Nice story. Had me guessing it was in another part of the world that looked very similar. I would be interested in any other places you visited in Boise.
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Cape Town Bounces Back

Barry Barford ·
Barry Barford is drawn to the natural beauty of Cape Town and impressed by its resilience.
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Tables of Greece

Judy Barford ·
Judy Barford relives a pleasant time touring the Greek Islands, taking shots of outdoor eateries.
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Re: Tables of Greece

DrFumblefinger ·
I can taste the seafood all the way to the western USA. Terrific photos!
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Table Rock Lakeshore Trail, Branson

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger goes on a short hike in the Ozarks, by the shore of lovely Table Rock Lake.
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