Here’s the Jogging/Walking map from the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel.
In fact, running from either location was the same – the two hotels were a few kilometers apart and both near the Ocean Walk.
The course was not crowded, but it was busy enough to feel safe and inspired to walk or run. There were plenty of runners and walkers and friends out for strolls along the paved walkways.
There was something magical about Capetown. I enjoyed running there. I was mesmerized by the city. I want to learn more. I want to go back.
Here are some photos I took while out along the waterfront.
Isn’t this a fabulous bench?
Mouille point lighthouse
I fell head-over-heels in love with this sculpture by Lionel Smit. Can you imagine how happy I was when a work of his was recently installed in Union Square Park in New York City?
This sign kind of cracked me up.
This rather whimsical sculpture of larger-than-life eyeglasses caught my attention. I was also moved by the shape and lean of the trees.
There was also an outdoor gym area. I always like to watch the people work out on these machines. If you’ve ever been to Venice Beach in California, then you know what I mean!
As always, some of my most memorable travel memories are from my morning runs in places I’ve never been . .
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