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The dock of Queen Victoria
The Queen Victoria Pier at night - South Africa: Port Warehouse converted into restaurants, cinemas and shopping malls, orquestillas at the docks, and all fun, thewater's edge


The Guest House Antbear

It has a restaurant that offers food very different from other restaurants and bars in Drakensberg. It's a small place and the food is varied and top notch.Tugela River
The mighty Tugela River is one of the most important tourist attractions in Drakensberg. Along with the Tugela Falls, which is known as the "second highest waterfall"of the world.


Drakensberg Mountains

The city is the Drakensberg along the southeast coast of South Africa. During his trip to Drakensberg, stay mesmerized by the magnificent mountain rangesThe Republic of South Africa

Is a country located at the southern tip of Africa. It borders the countries of Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique andSwaziland.

The Kingdom of Lesotho is situated within the Republic of South Africa. Its capital is Pretoria (administrative), Bloemfontein (judicial) and Cape Town (legislative).







WorldCup
World Cup 2010 FIFA (FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010, in English) is the nineteenth edition of the World Cup. This edition of the tournament will be held in South Africa between 11 June and 11July 2010, marking the first time that this tournament is played in Africa and the fifth time in the Hemisphere Sur.

Gauteng Province Pretoria

Pretoria is known for being one of the capitalsof South Africa (the management) and is located in the north of the province of Gauteng.





African Pride Melrose Arch Hotel
Hotel in Johannesburg: The African Pride Melrose Arch Hotel islocated in a secure urban development of the same name in Northern Johannesburg, offering shops, restaurants and bars, kilometers from the city.

The Westford Hotel & Suites-hotel in Johannesburg...
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