02 June 2014
The warm weather and sunshine in London may be a change for the better but you can still treat yourself to a weekend getaway in exotic places. Spring time in Cape Town is not too hot and there are many stunning amenities to explore in this South African City. If you desire the companionship of energetic and adventurous escorts, then Haute Girls London will be able to recommend you many elite models suited to international bookings. Our high class international escorts are sophisticated, cultured, outgoing and very enthusiastic no matter where you go together. The pretty architectures, mountainous regions and places of natural beauty in Cape Town will be sure to win both you and your escort's heart. Booking an international escort for travel to Cape Town is also convenient if you give her a week or two of notice; many of our escorts have visas ready for travel.
If you have never been to Cape Town before, then one of the highlights would be Victoria & Alfred Waterfront at Breakwater Boulevard, V&A Waterfront, 8002. With 22 official landmarks onsite, there are many things here to captivate your eyes and the setting is a natural working harbor with the Table Mountain looming majestically in the background. The waterfront is very touristy these days but there are lovely panoramic views of the ocean and the mountains amidst the tourist orientated hotels and restaurants. For mountain climbers, Table Mountain in Cape Town Central 7848 is a must to explore; the views at the top are incredible and there are many scenic hiking routes such as skeleton gorge route to while away a morning. Cape Town has one of the world's best botanical gardens not too far away from Table Mountain. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens at Rhodes Drive, Newlands, Claremont covers 528 hectares and includes a cultivated garden with extensive collections of southern African plants, even endangered ones. If you like to watch penguins in their natural habitat, then Boulders Beach would be a dream come true with its protected colony of African penguins in Simon's Town, located in a sheltered inlet on the Cape Peninsula. There is also Robben Island, for those interested in history and the plight of Nelson Mandela-Robben Island in Cape Town Central 7400 was where this political activist spent 18 of his 27 years in solitary confinement and can be accessed via a ferry.
The stunning views from Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and the famous South African wines make dining in Cape Town a delight. The Pot Luck Club at 375 Albert Road, Shop 104 A, The Old Biscuit Mill, is a trendy and chic restaurant that overlooks Cape Town and Table Mountain as well as having a superb menu made up of fresh, seasonal produce. Another restaurant in Cape Town that offers great ambience and wine choices is The Test Kitchen at Shop 104 A / The Old Biscuit Mill, 375 Albert Road. This modern venue excels in contemporary cuisine and the wine list is quite extensive. If you are looking for a very sophisticated venue to impress your high class escort, then The Greenhouse at The Cellars-Hohenort Hotel, 93 Brommersvlei Road, Constantia 7800, and La Colombe at Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate, Spaansgemacht River Road, are both places you should consider. The Greenhouse is located in the Cellars Hohenort building and has the sort of classy surroundings that makes an evening out feel special. The excellent La Colombe boasts an impeccable degustation menu and friendly service that never feels rushed.
Of course, when you travel to Cape Town you will want to experience the night life and early sunrise. Staying in Cape Town, you have many great choices of hotels that make the most of Cape Town's natural beauty. Cape Grace at West Quay Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town Central 8001, is a luxurious hotel situated on the waterfront and has premier suite balconies that allows you to relax and soak in the magic of Cape Town. You can enjoy a touch of luxury at Villa Zest Boutique Hotel on 2 Braemar Road, Green Point, Cape Town, 8001, a very welcoming and charming boutique hotel with gorgeous suites and friendly, unobtrusive service. Perhaps you'd prefer a hotel closer to the city centre, in which case Derwent House Boutique Hotel at 14 Derwent Road, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town Central 8001 is just perfect for a leisurely stroll to Table Mountain and all the amenities of city centre.