Caroline Crillon Hotel
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... ingenious Ethan Hunt-type methods we could deploy for taking a photo without the guards yelling at us, however in the end, we decided it'd probably just be easier to buy a book from the front counter.
We then met Jill, Katarzyna & Abdullah for a cruise along the Nile. Yes, we are in de Nile! With a few drinks, this joke was even funnier, not to mention all the dancing, singing, & even arm-wrestling that ensued!
... the largest. The 3 large pyramids each have smaller ones along side for mother, wife and daughter. Workers who died on the site while building the pyramids are also buried here. Interesting the workers tombs have never been evacuated..probably due to the lack of gold! We returned to the Cairo museum with a guide this time and got a tour that filled in some of the historical gaps and let us see some of the things missed the first time around. Such as mummified crocodiles and ...
... as young as 9 go there and learn about weaving and looming. They get paid and get a profit from the sold piece. The pieces were amazing, but out of my price range. Lunch was at the Andrea Restaurant- was yummy. It was a chicken based restaurant and they still served the traditional Mezza. Then it was on to the Pyramids!! We visited the great pyramids and learnt about the amazing history. We then went ...
... in here and of course we enjoyed creamy smooth falafel and dips, kofta, stuffed artichoke and more. The Stella beer went down particularly well! We were so tired now but pushed ourselves to walk back to the hotel rather than cabbing it. I checked out facey and liked to see all the Anzac Day comments and to hear that Marg (my sister) had watched Sam's football. David and I enjoyed a relaxing shower and those plush bath ...
... sand dune to watch the sunset. Luke and I climbed almost to the top of it, and were rewarded with a breathtaking few of the sun setting on another amazing day in Egypt. Unfortunately all good things have to end, and Luke and I are now on our way back to Cairo where we will spend our last day before flying out to Tanzania tomorrow evening. We'll at least get one last adventure tomorrow touring Islamic and Coptic (Christian) Cairo before we head ...