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March 13, 2013

Where Would You Rather Be Wednesdays: Cape Town lovers’ top photos

Bennie Faro would rather be conquering Myburgh's Waterfall Ravine, to admire the views of Cape Town, this Wednesday. Photo courtesy of Bennie Faro

Happy Where Would You Rather Be Wednesdays in Cape Town, Mother City lovers!

As is now our custom on a fine Wednesday in our inspirational city by the sea, we’ll be sharing suggestions and photos of places we’d rather be today.

Whether you’d rather be practising your yoga moves on Rondebosch Common, people-watching at the Cape Quarter Village in De Waterkant or getting a bird’s eye view of the Mother City from the top of the Wheel of Excellence, I want to hear about it!

Last week, you wonderful Cape Town fanatics were kind enough to send me the following fabulous suggestions and photos:

“I would much rather go up and conquer Myburgh's Waterfall Ravine to enjoy the view from the top of Table Mountain.” – Benni Farao

Cape Town fan Elaine de Linger would rather be at Maestro's in Milnerton. Photo courtesy of Elaine de Linger

“Maestro's on the Beach restaurant in Milnerton. It has an atmosphere to die for. Food, drink and service, EXCELLENT, and as a bonus, Table Mountain in the background and the sea at your doorstep, what more do you need?” – Elaine de Linger

Bonding with her daughter and admiring the iguanas in Stellenbosch is where Caroline Kere would rather be. Photo courtesy of Caroline Kere

“Places I’d rather be: with my daughter Greetje, hugging white lions and iguanas in Stellenbosch, encounters with eagles and finding Nemo at the Two oceans Aquarium.” – Caroline Kere

While I gaze longingly out of my office window and dream of the sweet chocolate-and-wine pairings at the gorgeous Durbanville Hills Wine Estate, I want you to get cracking on sending me your best photos of places you’d be to fb@capetown.travel, hitting the comment button on our Facebook page or tagging us on Twitter (@CapeTownTourism), telling us Where You’d Rather Be This Wednesday in Cape Town.

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