Dusit Thani LakeView Cairo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the most exciting way to discover all the ancient wonders of Egypt. These custom made buggies are capable of whisking over the dunes at speeds over 50 mph taking you to places where most tourists never get to see. Riding through the desert is a thrilling experience and will make your Holidays in Egypt unforgettable with Amazing Pictures of you behind the panoramic view of the Pyramids .after the Tour Finish transfer you Back to your ...
... pray affair. I went to tahrir square which is famous for the start of the revolution in 2011. Walked across the nile and explored the 'manhattan' of Cairo. Obviously as the evening drew near my priority was finding somewhere to watch the manutd - arsenal game. I didn't have to worry as on pretty much every corner there's a shisha cafe with outside footy! ...
... the Flight into Egypt, seeking refuge from Herod. Orthodox Greek Church, Synogogue, what appear to be mosques etc all here. 'Secret' police types there that stopped our driver - he had to produce his ID card and leave it with them and then collect it again on his way out of the area. Very interesting, glad to have a 'minder' though with us.
Walked back to the car, called in at an ATM on the excruciatingly slow trip back - cost us 300 ...
... the entire time. I was in such a bubbly mood. I missed being that friendly. We chatted about travelling. I told him my story. He loved every minute of it. We talked about his thoughts on Turkey, saying that he thought the country was very sad. I told him I thought it was more quiet and relaxed. I could tell that by the way people just sit and drink tea for hours. Everyone talks so quietly. The Greeks are full ...
... visa. When I flatly said NO, he then changed it to all American visas were $70, ignoring my explanation that they were not and that I talked to the Ethiopian embassy, and had an email from them, confirming the visa prices. His response was "No, you give me $70." We'll, after hearing my Sudanese transit visa was almost as expensive as flying to Ethiopia, where I can get my visa on arrival at the airport, I, politely of course, told him no thanks and grabbed my money and ...