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April 17, 2013

Where Would You Rather Be Wednesdays in Cape Town: views to love

We wish we were cosying up to a roaring fire and delicious meal at the Cellars-Hohenort Collection in Cape Town on this chilly Wednesday. Photo courtesy of Cellars-Hohenort Collection

It’s a chilly Wednesday in beautiful Cape Town today and I’m asking you once again, Mother City lovers, Where Would You Rather Be today?

I’m having vivid daydreams of cosying up to the hearty fireplace at the Cellars-Hohenort in Constantia, while feasting on sublime meals prepared by the dashing executive chef Peter Tempelhoff at The Greenhouse, followed by a luxurious hot stone massage at the Lagoon Beach Hotel’s Camelot Spa.

You Cape Town maniacs are feeling slightly more adventurous than I am, and these are your top Wednesday wishes:

Admiring the city from the top of Signal Hill is where Hassan Nirvana would rather be in Cape Town this Wednesday. Photo © Cape Town Tourism

“On top of Signal Hill enjoying a bottle of South Africa's finest MCC”   Hassan Nirvana

Liezl Rossouw would rather be at Blouberg beach today. Photo © Cape Town Tourism

Blouberg Beach and at the water tower over looking Gordon's Bay!! I LOVE CPT”  Liezl Rossouw

Larry du Preez  wishes he was on top of Table Mountain, Cape Town's New7Wonder of Nature. Photo courtesy of Table Mountain Aerial Cableway

“On top of Table Mountain looking down at the treasure of Africa”   Larry du Preez

So, how do you tell me Where You Would Rather be in Cape Town this Wednesday? Quite simple, really …

1. Let your fingers do the walking and post your comment in the box below.
2. Use your Facebook time for something constructive (and not just updating your relationship status) by liking our photo, sharing it with your friends and commenting on our post.
3. Send us a Tweet by tagging us on Twitter with #lovecapetown and your suggestion.
4. Be an electronic Postman Pat and email us your suggestions and awesome photos to fb@capetown.travel.

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