Barcelo Cairo Pyramids
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarcelo Cairo Pyramids Giza
Barcello is located in the centre of town near the Giza strip. Great coffee shop around the corner and wonderful hotel with great service and excellent breakfast buffet,
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... or practical, and extremely glitzy. One particular neon orange number with matching higab makes a bold statement. This is an Egyptian party. Tonight everything is cranked up a level, and my eyes will have to adjust.
So will my ears. People have started migrating towards the entrance again, and Seif plus an excitable crowd of friends sweep us up saying it's time to process in the bride. We join the back of the assembled crowd outside the doors just in time for ...
... placed it back in and restarted it. I glared at her, took a fresh slice of bread and started with my third slice of the morning!
At 10:30 we met Makmood, Omar and Hany. Omar and Makmood took us to an area, Coptic Cairo, that was important to many religions including Christinan, Jewsih and Muslim. The oldest synagogue in the world was located in this area and Arabs built the first Muslim capital here in 642, which was now in ruins.
On the way we drove ...
It started with a trip to the Egypt Museum of Antiquities with our tour guide Mido. He was extremely knowledgable on Egyptian and Old Testament history. He explained the various kingdoms of Egypt and who built what. The most impressive artifacts were those of King Tutankhamen's treasure. Considering it was probably one of the smaller tombs it was really impressive.
Then we were off to ...
... felt sorry for him – whilst the rest of the Mostafa children had grown up in Egypt and learnt Arabic from birth Hadi was very young when the family moved to South America when his father got a diplomatic position. They moved several more times after that but never long enough for Hadi to pick up a language properly and as such he could speak Spanish, English and Arabic but all in a very broken way and had trouble even communicating with his own family.