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Cape Town in winter--stay at the beach?

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We're traveling to Cape Town in early July and thinking of renting a house along the coast near the city, such as in Camps Bay or Bakoven. Are we fools to stay at the beach in winter? Not planning on swimming, but it looks beautiful and low season rates are attractive. Are restaurants and other coastal businesses seasonal or will they be open in the winter? Any thoughts welcome.

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