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... heads, and as we neared the Islamic area, cars and motorcycles swerving in and out of the foot traffic. After a couple hours walking around, we set out to find a felucca, or sailboat, to take us out on the Nile. We ultimately decided against the felucca ride since it was hot, the river stank, and we wouldn't be doing anything extremely exciting except speaking with our felucca boat captain. We headed back to the hotel and packed to catch our flight. Bye ...
... Moroccain baths.
There are different variations of it.
Today I went to my Hammam which is called LaRose Spa. 58 Geziret El Arab Street. Suite 1 in Mohandaseen.It is just off the main boulevard called Gameat El Dowal Al Arabia St.( Its like René Levesque Boulevard, Montreal enlarged by 100 or Oxford Street magnified by 100, 5th Avenue in New York )lool
Mrs Iman Abdallah runs the Hammam and is the facial specilist A lovely lovely lady who is ...
... pack my dinner to go and finished it in the warmth of our hotel. Koshari became one of our favorite Egyptian dishes and it is veg!
Museum of Egyptian Antiquities
It took 15 minutes to walk to the Museum from our hotel. Street traffic was heavy and vendors spread their wares on sidewalks which left little room for pedestrians. And unlike most Asian nations, where there is also mad traffic and they ...
... was needed.)
Taken for Ride
We planned to spend the afternoon over a Khan al-Khalili market, a bazaar for spices, perfumes, fez and carpet-makers, as well as typical tourist stuff. It was just 3 km away and we decided to go by taxi.
The white taxies are known to be the metered taxies and the black ones for un-metered negotiated fares. We know people who swear by negotiated rides which take ...
... another perk of coming when tourism is at a low - good for us, not for Egypt!
We spent quite a while looking round the ground floor of the museum, seeing all sorts of things including a replica of the Rosetta Stone, statues of Akhenaten and Canopic jars used to store the organs of the dead after mummification. Then Bassem took us to the first floor and showed us where to find the 'King Tut rooms' before letting us have some free time to explore. We went to look at the ...