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... especially for our Hurghada days. Then its time to settle in a bit after the 16 hour trip to get here but of course I am way to excited to think about sleep yet even though I should be exhausted.
We wander the hotel a bit checking out the public areas, the shopping plaza, the pool and bars and restaurants. There is even a 24 hour bank so we exchanged our American money for Egyptian pounds. The hotel set up a marvellous ...
... was amazing. It was quite a climb to the top, but what a special place to visit. Beautifully carved out of the side of a mountain. On the way back to the MS Mayfair we visited the Colossi of Memnon.
Lunch was served as we cruised along the Nile to Edfu. Afternoon on the sundeck enjoying the sites of water buffalo, men fishing as they did in ancient times, mud brick houses, Egyptians with donkey carts loaded with various goods and ...
... barricades... Scary. What was even more scary was the staring, like huge groups of men staring at me and the other blonde girl as we were walking past. Walking past the tanks, they had little windows and all you would see was people's faces looking out staring. Scary. It was only because we were white with blonde hair but it was still a bit unsettling, having such blatant staring.
Inside the museum we were the only people for a good hour and a bit, ...
We had a quick shower, packed everything and checked out. We spent a bit of time on the internet and then Hanny met us at 6:00 to take us to the Giza Sound and Light Show. Traffic was crazy as always, but we arrived with plenty of time to spare.
We ran into Pepito again, he was a the Swiss travel agent from our cruiser. We also ran into him at Abu Simbel. When there are so few tourists, I guess ...
With no time in between, we departed the train station in Cairo and boarded the bus to Giza, destination: Pyramids. Thankfully the Pharoahs smiled down on us and we were thrilled to see the day was shaping up to be clear and sunny. Being in the middle of the desert, there is always a fine dust in the air but it was nothing compared to the sand storm last time. We explored the Pyramids up close: the Pyramid of Khufu (The Great Pyramid of ...