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Edgy, funky and trendy; Aces 'n' Spades is a lively after hours hang out for those craving the Rock n Roll lifestyle. Warm woods and leather, skulls and cross bones, black and white posters of Rock legends and punky accents lend the bar a unique vibe. A great place to have a drink with friends, rock out with the DJ or check out the latest bands. With a constantly changing repertoire of performances, and featuring up and coming DJ's on Friday and Saturday evenings, it's a local hot spot and a good place to check out if you enjoy craft beers along with your Rock n Roll.
The One&Only Spa is a part of the One&Only Cape Town Luxury Resort along the Waterfront in Cape Town in South Africa. A unit of the hotel is designated to the spa facilities. The spa, belonging to an international chain, offers patrons a lengthy list of services ranging from massage therapies to treatments. Rewind, Restore and Elevate Signature Experiences are the most popular treatments from the spa menu. While Ice Crusher Fountain, Vitality Pools and Experience Showers are just some of the features of the spa. Guests find the combination between the modern décor of the saunas and the simple and clean arrangements of the spa as conducive to their rejuvenation.
The Cayenne Spa is a part of the Pepperclub Hotel and Spa in Cape Town in South Africa. A whole floor of the hotel is allocated to the spa facilities. The spa offers patrons a long menu with items ranging from facials to wellness wraps and body massages. The spa also has a signature African Itonga Stick Treatment. Guests can make use of its services by themselves or share the relaxing experience with other members of their family.
Clifton has a series of four beautiful beaches, separated by rocky outcrops. Although linked, each beach has its own character and atmosphere. Fourth Beach is largely considered to be the most fashionable beach in Cape Town and is often packed with beautiful bronzed bodies. The others are far more casual and usually less crowded. Each is sheltered from the south-easterly wind, unlike the nearby Camps Bay Beach, which makes them a popular hangout for lazy sun-worshippers. Swimming tends to be limited to quick cooling dips since the icy temperature of the Atlantic is enough to take your breath away.
This majestic sandstone mountain is undoubtedly Cape Town's most well known and well loved landmark. Its flat "table top" stretches for three kilometers and is flanked by Devil's Peak on one side and Lion's Head on the other. When a south-easterly wind blows, the top is obscured by a large white tablecloth of cloud that pours over its steep northern face. At other times when the skies are cloudless, the flat topography of the mountain can be viewed in its best form, glinting proudly against the morning sun. The Table Mountain Reserve is home to an impressive range of indigenous flora, including many endemic species, and is also home to the incredibly rare Ghost Frog, an amphibian only spotted in South Africa's mountain streams. Raptors like jackal buzzards, African harrier-hawks and rock kestrels can be seen circling the skies above the mountain. The mountain is a treat for hikers, climbers and amblers with over 550 well-established paths along its magnificent stretch. The table's Aerial Cableway gives a single rotation on the five-minute ascent/descent, giving passengers a sweeping view of the gorgeous scenery below.
The Agasana Spa is a part of the Vineyard Hotel in the Newlands of Cape Town in South Africa. A section of the hotel is assigned to the spa facilities. The spa, also a part of an international chain, offers patrons a whole menu with items ranging from facials to calming baths and body massages. Head to one of the spa rooms, and enjoy specialized treatments for men and women. They also have a Rainmist room as well as a separate room for couples.
The Arderne Gardens sprawl by the Main Road of Claremont in Cape Town, South Africa. It was founded in the mid 19th-century by Ralph Arderne, a timber trader. His exotic collection included the magnificent Norfolk Island Pine. In the 1920s, the garden was rescued from certain doom by the Municipality’s Parks and Gardens division. It is famous for its Champion Trees; the largest in South Africa. The garden is also popular as a spot for wedding photography.
Llandudno is a part of the suburbs Cape Town in Africa. The area was named after a Welsh Township, which it very closely resembles. Its location by the lovely beaches along the Atlantic Ocean makes it a prime real estate area. The water itself is popular with surfers: the rough seas create quite an adventurous challenge. The blue seas are a sharp contrast to the dramatic mountain peaks and the grey granite constructions: a picturesque scenery.
These rocks are named after the rounded boulders which shelter a beautiful swimming beach from the mischievous south-easterly winds. A part of Table Mountain National Park, Boulders Beach gives a unique opportunity to swim with Jackass (African) penguins. You'll find the main penguin colony at Foxy Beach next to the swimming beach where there is an attractive boardwalk. The friendly park staff will be happy to answer any questions. Although these penguins are among the most human-tolerant in the world, they can inflict a severe bite if their space is invaded, or they feel threatened. It is safe to maintain a safe distance of at least a meter between them and yourself. You'll be able to see a variety of other birds at Boulders. These include the African Black Oyster-catcher and the Crowned Cormorant plus numerous species of smaller birds.