Caroline Crillon Hotel
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... last night, and I feel for them. Bikes not arrived, one guy has nothing but what he travel in. He was very happy I kept the toothbrush from the plane, he enjoyed brushing his teeth very much, after a long travel time. So off we go, man, the driving is insane! how the two taxies stayed together is beyond me. But we got money exchanged, and the first glimpse of the pyramids! oh!!!!!! the butterflies! or that might been the driving. Kinda sketchy but we got to ...
... facility. There was horse racing one day, the golf course is adjacent to one croquet club, there are restaurants, cafés, gyms, and yesterday's manager told me there are 60,000 members who can participate in any of the sports etc.. It is very busy and we had a lot of trouble getting entry until we got our passes. Now the guards are very friendly as they have got to know us with our mallets. We are in the better part of Cairo and I was quite happy to walk home on my own ...
... 690 although little of the original building remains after many renovations and rebuilding's.. It is built above a Roman fortress and suspended on 2 old towers hence the name. There are 7 alters in the church and we took a private moment to light a candle in honor of Jeff's Grandfather Joe who passed away in 2013. The church has over 100 icons some date back to the 8th century, many of the originals are now in the Coptic museum. It is also said that ...
... we took a boat ride down the river and then walked up to see the Great Sphinx. On the day after that we went and saw the Citadel and walked around it for the day. We were so worn out from our three days full of touring the sights of Cairo we decided to just stay in our hostel for the rest of the time. We have our next flight to Sydney on the ...
... Roman fortress all around it too. We went inside, and Nardeen gave us a bit of history about the place, and told us why it was called the Hanging Church. It was actually built on top of the Roman fortress, and some rooms had glass floors, so you could see down into the fortress, so the church actually has no real foundations, its just kind of hanging there! The roof was pretty cool too, designed like an upside down Ark. We were all pretty tired by this point after a couple of ...