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The rooms were large and clean, the lobby was beautiful and the free services such as the shuttle to the museum was fantastic. The food was great.
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This morning we checked out of our apartment and prepared to make the eight hour journey to Girga, my dad's hometown in Upper Egypt.
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We ventured out today in a private microbus to the village of Saqqara. It is such a beautiful drive! Saqqara is known for three things: Palm Trees, Carpet Weaving & The Oldest Pyramid in Egypt.
It is exactly how you would have imagined Egypt 100 years ago. Once you exit the craziness of downtown Cairo and Giza, you drive along a cou...