Treat your Valentine: Cape Grace Flower Trolley

There’s something so authentic about buying flowers from an old-fashioned flower trolley, with each bunch being so beautiful and bespoke. This is what you can expect from the…

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Food Trends in 2014

There’s a food revolution, happening right here right now but you’ll have to read further on to get all the details, but for now let’s start off…

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TOP 10 Summer Beauty Looks

Winter must-haves have been hitting the stores, but we are interested in keeping Summer here a little longer, below we have listed the 10 trends to still keep Summer…

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Musical Events in Cape Town, February 2014

It’s summer in the city, and with yet another award recognising Cape Town’s glory – this time as No 1 in the New York Times 52 Places to Go…

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Did you hear about Umami?

Can you identify the five taste sensations?

You can easily taste Sweetness, Sourness, Saltiness and Bitterness, but do you know about Umami?

Wikepedia explains Umami as “a pleasant savoury taste…

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V&A Waterfront Historical Walking Tour – Review

It was the menacing treadmill in the old Breakwater Prison, where punishment involved walking the wooden wheel for up to 55 minutes of every hour, that stuck in my mind…

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Shakespeare’s Richard III at Maynardville Open Air Theatre

In the same way that meeting friends each week in Bascule Whisky, Wine and Cocktail Bar has become something of a tradition, so has an annual picnic in the park…

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Mid-Summer Weddings…

February is the month of love and what better way is there than to celebrate with the Top 5 Wedding Trends for 2014/2015, thanks to Karla Oettler, owner and…

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Create Moments of Magic at Cape Grace this Valentine’s Day

Cape Town lends itself to phenomenal views, why not experience this from the one hotel that embodies everything Cape Town represents – Cape Grace.

With award winning restaurant, Signal, offering a…

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Artist Exposé: Tanzanite Maasai Ladies Project

If you want to marvel at the rarity of tanzanites, you only need to visit Gifts at Cape Grace and the Platandia Boutique. But what happens to tanzanites that don…

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