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Phoenix Plaza Durban



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Phoenix Plaza Durban

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Latitude -29.7014° S 29.7014° S 29° 42' 5.04" -29° 42.084'
Longitude 31.0052° E 31.0052° E 31° 0' 18.72" 31° 0.312'
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Starwood
Phoenix
KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa
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Phoenix Plaza Durban has 2 comment/s

On 27 Jan 2012 vijaya said:
i had the worst experience at phoenix plaza debonairs they delivered 1 hour late which was cold and refused to stand by their policy

On 12 Feb 2012 zainul aberdeen said:
I am doing a research on the buses in phoenix. I have heard that the bus rank was outside the plaza. Is there any possibility the management of the Plaza would have any old pictures of the bus rank in their archives?

Please assist me. I will give the plaza full credit for any pictures . If they are in hard copy i will scan them in your presence.

thanks

zainul aberdeen.
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