Dusit Thani LakeView Cairo
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... goes to Egypt without seeing
the famous tomb of Tut Ankh Amun. His mummy is there as well as one of his gold sarcophagus and golden death masks. Even though it was a small tomb, it is not to be missed. The Viking provided ticket allowed for entry to three other tombs Some were very large with beautiful walls and others very accessible and well decorated.. All the ones we chose to view were incredible. Next was Queen Hatshepsut's ...
... of spices in hessian bags, windows full of gold and colourful scarves hanging everywhere! It was a delight walking through having our guide tell us about the history of the place. We had Turkish coffee and sheesha in the oldest, and most famous, coffee shop in Cairo, El Fishawy. It had not yet become annoying at this time but the Egyptian people will try to sell you EVERYTHING with a persistence that will grind your gears like nothing I've experienced in any ...
... Amun-re. Now I have to find out more about him! And of course the boy king tut and his burial chamber. Everything else was just a blur of gods, kings and important people who died a long time ago but whose faces all look the same to me. After a two hour leisurely walk of the museum, a bathroom break that cost me 10 Egyptian pounds and two requests to “make a picture” with men, we left the museum. We were both tired today. Perhaps because of the late ...
... last coup. And of course we get the one taxi driver in Cairo who didn't u dyer stand the pyramid sign (making a triangle with your arms) and took us to the Pyramids Hotel and had to ask someone else what we meant...who also used the pyramid sign to the driver while telling him in Arabic. As we approached I prepared myself for the onslaught of touts that were coming, and sure enough, had to kick several people out of the taxi that the driver kept stopping for (they were trying ...
... ago. It is hard to image how it would be accomplished even today!
The first pyramid is the largest of the three and was built by Khufo and is currently 139 meters tall. The second is the second largest, 1 meter shorter, was build by his son, Khafre. It still has the exterior limestone at the peak. The third pyramid was build by Khufo's grandson Menkaure and is 1/10 the size of the great pyramid.
Omar left us to explore. We were approached by several ...