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August 01, 2012

Capetonians tweet cultural gems for iAmbassadors

The iAmbassadors took a cultural walkabout in the Fringe District on Tuesday July 31, 2012. Photo courtesy Andrew Brauteseth

You talked and Cape Town Tourism’s four visiting international travel writers listened…

Keith Jenkins, Matt Long, Melvin Böcher and Nellie Huang are having a blast trying out your recommendations in and around the Peninsula.

A walkabout in the Fringe district yesterday unearthed plenty of creative jewels, while a visit to the timeless Cape PointBoulders Beach and dinner at Reuben’s at the One&Only Cape Town were favourites too.

Thank you, Mother City fanatics, for continuously sharing your amazing hidden gems suggestions since Cape Town Tourism’s first Twitter chat on Sunday, July 29, 2012. Remember to keep them coming by tagging @CapeTownTourism and using the #LoveCapeTown hashtag.

Some of our cultural favourites include:

@CapeTownTourism An evening @GOLDRestaurant – it’s not just a taste of Africa, it’s a whole experience

A trip to Cape Town is not complete without experiencing the most beautiful drive in South Africa – Steenberg ‏@SteenbergHotel

@velvetescape People watch over coffee at vida, Jason's, Clarke's and Giovannis  #LoveCapeTown – Sascha Polkey ‏@saschatherabbit

@CapeTownTourism walk the side streets of #woodstock, talk to the people and listen to the stories. #LoveCapeTown – Onek ‏@Onekcollection

Melvin Böcher (@traveldudes) at The Field Office in the Fringe. Photo courtesy Andrew Brauteseth

At Charly's Bakery in #LoveCapeTown and while it's a bit over the top it sums up our morning – Matt ‏@LandLopers

Spotted a big bunch of penguins today on Boulders Beach today! #travel #lovecapetown – Nellie Huang ‏@WildJunket

Nellie enjoyed her 360-degree view of Cape Point so much, she filmed it:

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