Durban Image: Stroll across the road

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Stroll across the road
Durban
Image by Kleinz1
Pedestrians stroll across a normally busy road in central Durban on a late Saturday afternoon before the next wave of traffic is sent forward by the green robot (traffic signal).

The red brick building in the backgound was originally the Durban main train station. Today part of the restored building houses the Tourist offices, while the old sheds were converted into a shopping centre called The Workshop.

Why don’t you stay here on your next visit to Durban?

Somerset Guest House

Click HERE for Somerset Guest House rates and booking info. This gracious colonial house was built in 1903 and is situated in a quiet avenue in the suburb of Glenwood in Durban. The high ceilings and natural Oregon pine floors characterize the quiet, understated charm of Somerset Guest House. All six en-suite bedrooms are on the upper floor and are equipped with air conditioners, ceiling fans, extra long beds, tea and coffee-making facilities and clock radios. Other facilities offered are a swimming pool, safe off-street parking, a TV lounge and a bar. A full English breakfast is served. The guest house is 3 km from Durban's city centre and only 5 km from the beautiful Durban beaches, perfect for a surf or just relaxing. Click HERE for Somerset Guest House rates and booking info. Facilities: Swimming Pool Languages Spoken: English Grading: AA Recommended Click HERE for Somerset Guest House rates and booking info. … [Book here...]


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