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    Camps Bay Beach

    22 reviews

    Hi Sarah Beth This will almost certainly give you All you are looking for - look at the POD Hotel (other recommendations available) - Camps Bay is a wonderful beach, it backs on to the 12 Apostle Mountains (although quite a hike up to where the trails start and then even more of a climb but the views are to ...

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    Long Street

    12 reviews

    Hip and funky Nice neighborhood in Cape Town Mama Africa = the place to be for a nice meal and live music!

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    Medina of Marrakesh

    29 reviews

    The Medina in Marrakesh is amazing. You may want to have a guide with you, as the Medina can feel a bit daunting and the frenetic environment is best navigated by a pro, who knows where and where not to go. One of the most amazing things in the Medina of Marrakesh is an ancient synagogue, which is exceptionally beautiful ...

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    Nest Rooftop Lounge

    2 reviews

    On the top floor of the Tribe hotel sits this very small bar, aptly named Nest. It is outdoors with a view over the pool and surrounding greenry, and there are comfortable couches to lounge around on. They serve shisha, and the bar tender makes some mean drinks. Try the ginger and lemongrass martini for sure.

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    Ivuka Arts Center

    2 reviews

    A cool shared studio for local artists, where you can check out the local talent, and take home some of their creations if you want. If you are interested in the hip modern art scene in Kigali, this is a perfect place to find it.

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    V&A Waterfront

    40 reviews

    Lots of fun with hip vibe even out of season. Diverse range of restaurants and shops, excellent wine store and some boutiques in the mall. Pretty much the heart of cape town for most tourists.

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    3 reviews

    The Cape Dutch farmstead and winery at Buitenverwachting is covered in ancient oak trees, perfect for picnicking under in the hot African summer. Aside from the restaurant, you can also enjoy the trendy Coffee BloC tearoom, which is I really like, serving lashings of coffee, cakes and pastries in a stylish setting. Everything is freshly baked by the onsite Edgar’s ...

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    Tahrir Square

    36 reviews

    Five stars of course for historic relevance...but Tahrir is not really scenic. It's basically a gargantuan traffic circle that's almost impossible to cross on foot (use the subway underpasses, ideally). I'm only putting this review here as a warning for first-time visitors to Cairo who might be expecting something more glam and planning their whole day around it.

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    Cairo Jazz Club

    3 reviews

    Excellent nightspot with live bands and dancing, alongside a lively crowd and friendly vibe. Not exclusively jazz, but always a good time.

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    El Ma'adi

    4 reviews

    Homesick for the anonymity of the West? With the highest number of expats in Cairo, resigned acceptance of the foreign presence from the locals and one of the only Western-style grocery stores in town, Ma'adi feels about as close to the West as you can get this side of the Nile.

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    Pyramids of Giza

    142 reviews

    I thought I'd just write some practical advice as this place has been covered expansively. 1. Don't ride a camel, they are slow, the desert is hot, and you will be miserable....all for a photo op. 1. Do some research before picking a tour group to do the horse/camel ride with. Many of the stables mistreat, underfeed, and beat their ...

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    Egyptian Museum

    90 reviews

    The best source of Egyptian history and culture in Cairo. This Neoclassical structure, built in the early 19th century, is home to an extensive collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities, the most notable are probably the objects from the Pharaohs and King Tutankhamun’s tombs.

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  • 13

    Table Mountain

    66 reviews

    Fantastic views over Cape Town. The lift rotates on the way up and down, so enables you to see everything. You can also trek up and down.

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    Table Mountain Cableway

    39 reviews

    A 765 meters vertical ride to the top of Cable Mountain in a 360 degrees rotating cabin. Nice views on the way, great views from the top. Enjoy!

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    Djemaa el Fna

    44 reviews

    A vibrant square that is a sight to see no matter what hour of day.

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    Table Mountain National Park

    11 reviews

    Many people assume the national park is only the mountain standing over Cape Town, but the park extends farther south, all the way to Cape Point. There are short or multi-day hikes, gorgeous views, and baboon and ostrich sightings.

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    Boulders Beach

    41 reviews

    Close encounters with the penguins at the Foxy Beach/Boulders Beach complex near Simonstown. Boulders Beach is intended for humans mostly but not to say an occassionally happy feet may swim by to say hello. On the Foxy beach side, Humans on land meander through a serious of boardwalk to get up close and personal w the penguin colonies. What an ...

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  • 18

    Chapman's Peak Drive

    21 reviews

    I ran the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon and covered this ground on foot. The views are spectacular. Be careful to watch the road if you are driving.

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    Hanging Church

    3 reviews

    It is called Hanging because it was built on the southern gate of the Roman Fortress. Logs of palm trees and layers of stones were constructed above the ruins of the Roman fortress. It has more than a hundred icons and it is the most important coptic church in the country.

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    Church of Saints Sergius and Bacchus (Abu Serga)

    2 reviews

    This is a 4th century church and is considered to be the oldest of Cairo's Christian churches. This Church was built on the spot where the Holy Family, Joseph, Mary and the infant Christ, rested at the end of their journey into Egypt. They may have lived here while Joseph worked at the fortress.

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