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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... with its architecture and its goods. Ali is excited with the progress and goods during this business trip. I can feel the old man growing on us for he has four children, the boy being the oldest while the rest are girls. In a way he told us we remind him of his daughters and that he misses his family greatly he says usually he doesn't see his family that often due to his frequent and long travels. We are visiting the Lighthouse ...
... by the United States State Department decimated their tourism industry, perhaps the largest sector of their economy.
While they proudly discussed their two revolutions, Mubark in 2011 and Morsi last year, they continue to pay an economic toll.
The people appear happy. They constantly smile and wave to our bus. Small children, teenagers,
adults, and the elderly all seem to embrace us. Perhaps they ...
... were to learn that the sarcophagus in which he had been mummified was said to have been made of gold estimated to have weighed a ton. (Ten times that of the boy king Tutankhamun). During a time of economic crisis the gold was "reclaimed" by the then reigning king and the sarcophagus replaced with one made out of glass. To date it has never been discovered.
Our first stop is Pompei's Pillar, around 28m high and completely misnamed since ...
... with either the ships tours or regular tours. We decided to visit the Coptic Christian Monasteries in the area between Alexandria and Cairo. Christianity was once the predominant religion and so many of the biblical stories include many places in Egypt. Our Christian guide and our Muslim driver Mohammed picked us up and we drove out into the desert to visit four monasteries. The first that we visited was the oldest in Egypt. We saw many old icons, remains of ...
... the street right beside/ behind/ infront of the cab.... It was very different, definitely the beginning of the culture shock I experienced in Egypt today.
We did arrive to the mall in one piece and I was shocked. The mall looks like any run of the mill North American Mall, large stucco exterior with a normal looking interior. Although the music wasn't what I was used to hearing, the mall inside looked like it could be Chinook Centre in ...