Cairo Khan Suites Hotel
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I saw the pyramids! Oh they are so magnificent! I've been in Cairo for about three days so far, and I have absolutely loved my stay. I was able to walk up the pyramids, however, it was difficult because they were so large. The weather is also really hot and I have to be particularly careful about sandstorms. The pyramids are mostly made of huge …
... wedding while I'm there), then to Portland for more family fun, and lastly to San Francisco to see my youngest and his wife and their brand new baby...cat, Niko.
I'll be in Portland between July 28th and August 14th. If you have a second to visit, I'd love to see you and hear about all your adventures over the past couple of years. I miss you all!
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... Al-Azhar Mosque, which is also the largest university/teaching center worldwide for Muslims. While touring one of the mosques, we were lucky to get to observe the call to prayer, which has kept us company 5 times a day for the past 11 days. We then walked down Al Mu'izz ledin Illah street, the center of where the Arabs built modern day Cairo, dating back over 700 years ago, now inhabited by modern day Egyptians and their small storefronts. ...
... to use the brake on the dropped handlebar - ? might be arthritis in my thumb joint - just reared its ugly head in early December - also find it difficult, but not impossible to do the other one - so Alex put a cable tie on which is really good, but having problems with the mechanism that locks my top box on as it keeps dropping forwards (wouldn’t usually be a problem) and hitting the cable tie and somehow this puts the back brake on - as I discovered on our ...
... buffet for supper mainly with Egyptian food such as falafel, foul, pita- Eish Masri and om ali (like a bread pudding). After supper we were picked up by our Cairo area tour guide and went to the Giza pyramids light and sound show. The show was very interesting, a brief history lesson about the pyramids and the great sphinx with lights to light up the pyramids and sphinx as the history unravelled.. Can't wait till we come back in the ...