Barcelo Cairo Pyramids
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... just leave you out there in the desert. If you're lucky.
There was a Canadian guy staying at the hostel that had some kind of hassle like this. I just overheard him talking about it to one of the hostel staff and I could detect the frustration in the staff members voice, as if to say "we told you this would happen". They do tell you, too. The Canadian had got into an argument with someone who had been unhappy about the tip he had given them. I had intentionally avoided ...
... rebar protruding from the roof. Hala explains that until recently the government did not tax any building that was still under construction. That law influenced people to leave rebar in plain sight to show the building was not to be taxed because it was still being built. Hala said the law has been changed.
Beth, Angela and I are joined this morning by two additional members of our group. They are Phil Kayman of Chicago and Donna Krapf of the ...
... of taking the 6 hour route straight across Sinai, we would be taking the 12 hour route all around the entire perimeter of the Sinai Peninsula for our safety. No, I am not kidding :) Also on board with us was Mohammad, the manager of the tour company, and our armed guard who was carrying a concealed machine gun who was supposed to be undercover, and we had a police escort truck follow behind us with 6 officers. All of the extra security was for our protection, ...
We travelled back via the Highway instead of revisiting the chaotic Alexandria Desert Road which caused us plenty of rather interesting moments yesterday!
Back at the hotel Marjory relaxed in the Jacuzzi and David burnt off a couple of calories in the gym.
We then packed and enjoyed another great meal before setting off to the airport.
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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,
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.