The weather was perfect on a late Satruday afternoon, and people from all walks of life were out enjoying the gardens. There were several weddings going on and uncounted family picnics. Everyone was relaxed and enjoying themselves. As we went further and further down the hill, every time we turned around to look up the hill, the views of the Union got better and better. On the way down we studied the monuments, memorial walls and finally at the bottom we found the statue of Louis Botha, an Afrikaner and first Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa. Climbing back up to the top was exhausting, but the experience was worth it.
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