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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... what we think at all. Maybe this was the wife of the month when the replica was made… maybe the king had multiple wives some of whom were his half sisters or cousins or something equally incest-ful. Anyway, we move on. The only eye catching pieces for me where the story and replica of ….wait I don't actually know his name. But he was the one that ruled before the boy king thuntankumen and was some what of a revolutionary and chose to worship the sun ...
... which is what you think of when you hear the word 'pharaoh' and so many more pieces. It was amazing. Once Nardeen finished with her tour after showing us some ancient hieroglyphics and explaining a bit about them, we got some free time to explore the rest of the museum, and we all headed straight over to the mummies room, which we had bought an extra ticket for. This room had about 10 or more real mummies on display, which was absolutely amazing, and a little gross too! Some ...
... Gold (beer). We walked over 2 km to Sequoia restaurant. It did not look that far on the map, but we survived the dusty hot walk to and from the restaurant. The restaurant is located at the tip of the island and is a beautiful outdoor space. It was quite busy and had a great atmosphere. We had some delicious grilled halloumi and baba ganoush. We were so full afterward that we had a difficult time eating shish tawook and shawarma, but again, we managed!
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The coffee guy in the lounge was sneaky and asked us our names. When weren't sure why until we ordered our next cappuccino. They came with our names written in chocolate syrup on the foam. No reason. Just because!
True to their word, Etihad had us in the air at 1.45pm and on the ground in Cairo by 3.30pm local time. We were met by Ahmed from On The Go who guided us ...