Gite Hotel Gezira
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
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... and we really could not take any more in. Our guide was truly passionate about his job and gave us lots of other information about Arabic life. We had a little break then in a the air conditioning as it is quite a hot day 34-35 degrees. We had been told that it was quite safe to walk around our area and were told where to go. We set off in the heat and took on the traffic. We did not see a pedestrian crossing so we had to cross the roads. ...
"How do you gain confidence in yourself?" I feel confident when I know I have something to be confident about. If I don't feel confident physically, I eat better, exercise more to get in shape, drink water to improve skin color, wear makeup etc. Whatever it is that needs to be done I'll do ...
... followed by several Coptic churches, and lastly the Jewish Synagogue, which was originally a church, but sold to the Jewish community to pay back taxes owed to the state.
Then it was off to the Egyptian Museum. Thousands of exhibits, so we only picked the eyes out of it all in the two hours we were there. It's just plain hard to fathom that most of the exhibits are between three and five thousand years old as they are generally in ...
... I'm on the bride's side, I rehearse.
The room is filling up and Lucy, Zoe and I pass the waiting time pointing out outfits and other novelties as they continue to hit us. About half the ladies are head-covered, with a mix of some Western-looking dresses, above the knee and even some shoulders on show (a sight we've forgotten), whilst others opt for the glamorous Arab style of dress, which tends to be full-length and long-sleeved, often far too figure-hugging to ...
... even heard of, and simultaneously mentioning a 50% reduction from all products in his shop, as he assured excursions through him would guarantee the best service and no hassles from other touts. So pushy was he that we couldn’t even decline his offer of touring the pyramids on horse/camel back. I said I disliked riding animals, they’re often overworked and under cared. He said, when in Egypt one must abide by the way things are done. And besides, ...