At the foot of Table Mountain, what attracted me was a nearly vertical cable car, which could accommodate about 50 people. It was a revolving omni-directional view. It felt great to overlook Cape Town in the process of rising slowly. There was a sightseeing Road on the table, and it could walk around the table, as if standing on the clouds overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the whole city of Cape Town. There was something wrong on the table. Often lovely and fearless animals, called dassie in English, and what is called hoofed rabbit in Chinese, lie on the bench and eat biscuits and other things fed by tourists, and lie lazily in groups on the rocks in the sun. There are restaurants and souvenir shops on the top of Table Mountain. The price is affordable. Cheese is not recommended for sandwiches. Chicken tastes better.