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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... go by, along with the clipped vowel sounds of the New Zealanders, and even found the accent of April, the cook from the depths of Canada a little hard to understand this morning when had a brief chat with her at the hotel. Maureen’s accent is much easier to understand as she is half Irish. So over lunch and more drinks learnt a little about each other before going our separate ways.
Really enjoyed the museum - but 2 and a hours or so was quite ...
... the Plate competition, Jayne has a play off today to see whether she joins me in the 32 that continue the next part of the Championship play or she joins Colleen in the Plate. Colleen and I have day off today and will do a bit of exploring as well as going down to support Jayne. I am not up to date on who else from NZ are still in the Championship except that Jenny Clarke and Dallas Cooke are in. Today will finalise that. I have enjoyed the experience so far immensely ...
... the money was found though! I rang the owner Ahmed, explained the situation and how displeased I was about the phone call from his accounts department, especially since the problem with the money transfer was at his end, not ours. He apologised and assured me that the driver would be waiting for us the next morning to get us to our flight to Aswan. Relieved, Dane and I headed to the pool bar. We ordered some drinks and some sheesha and relaxed for the afternoon knowing that all was ...
... wine and smoking shish-a. We decided to take it easy for the rest of the day. We bought a private tour package for the pyramids for the next day and then went home for a nap.
“GRAND CAFÉ ON THE NILE” The “Corniche” is the main strip of highway that runs parallel to the Nile river from downtown Cairo to Ma'adi, the expat infested area in Cairo.the corniche houses most embassies and missions in the city, as well as banks, hotel ...
... to be couch surfing in Cairo, but there was some confusion at first. So my first day in Cairo I ended up hanging out with Semsem. He helped me find a hostel and walked with me around the city. I ended up getting in touch with the host from CS and we planned to meet at the pyramid. I met my new friends Basma at the pyramids on my second day. We walked around the pyramids, went inside one, took lots of pictures and saw the Sphinx. After the pyramids we headed over to the ...