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1. Babylonstoren 酒店babylonstoren.com

This Cape Dutch wine and fruit farm has been transformed into one of the loveliest places in Cape Town to spend the day or night. The grounds are an attraction in their own right, filled with plum trees, hydrangeas and cacti.

這個由白人移民後裔開設的葡萄酒和水果農場搖身一變,成為開普敦最怡人的景點之一,無論是一日遊或留宿皆讓人盡興。遍植李、樹 繡球花和仙人掌的庭園,本身就已是一個美的麗 景點。

2. The Mount Nelson 酒店belmond.com

The Mount Nelson is a Cape Town institution and a pretty-in-pink tribute to a past era, featuring wooden floors, ceiling fans and a long veranda to have afternoon tea on.

The Mount Nelson是普開 敦的馳名建築,髹上粉紅色的外牆向昔日年代致敬,內裡以木地板和吊扇裝飾,長長的走廊陽台可供品嚐下午茶。

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3. Boschendal boschendal.com

The Franschhoek Valley is famously photogenic, and Boschendal, with its 17th- century main house, shady oak trees, lakes and generous outdoor picnics on the lawns, is the prettiest of the local wine farms.

Franschhoek山谷以風景秀麗著稱,而Boschendal則是當地最迷人的酒莊, 17世紀建成的大屋被綠油油的橡樹和湖泊環抱,更為客人提供豐盛的外戶 草坪野餐。

4. Pot Luck Club thepotluckclub.co.za

Sitting on the sixth floor of a silo building, the Pot Luck Club focuses on small plates like beef fillet with chocolate and coffee sauce, or a nectarine almond tart served with malted-popcorn ice cream.

Pot Luck Club盤踞於一幢舊貨倉的,六樓主打各式小吃, 牛括 升伴咖啡朱古力汁,以桃及 駁李杏仁撻配麥芽爆谷雪糕。

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5. Bree Street 街道

Walk all the way from the top of Bree Street, which starts under Table Mountain, down to the bottom, which ends near the Waterfront, and pop into the furniture shops, fashion boutiques and coffee bars. You’ll also find acclaimed tapas restaurants, crayfish bars and Israeli food.

Bree Street街道的起點就桌在 山下,你可從頭街 直走到鄰海近 濱物的購城街尾,途中可閒逛家具店、時裝店和咖啡廳,也可以找知的到名西班牙小吃餐廳、小龍蝦酒吧和以色列美。食

6. Local gin & tonic 本地氈湯力

Head to the Gin Bar, located in a beautiful courtyard scattered with roses, or Mother’s Ruin, both focusing on South Africanmade gin, which is flavoured with fynbos, a fine-leafed shrub indigenous to the Cape.推介位於美麗的玫瑰庭園的Gin Bar,還有Mother’s Ruin,這兩家酒吧均主打南非釀製的氈酒。南非氈酒都帶有開普敦土生細葉灌木「凡波的。斯」 味道

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