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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairmont Heliopolis Cairo
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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Had an afternoon sightseeing tour with a local tour guide. We walked around the Khan Al Khalili market, visited the Alabaster Mosque (which I didn't realize at the time was part of my week long tour, and I'd be back the following week), a papyrus shop, an essence shop, and a jewelry shop.
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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.
Before leaving, we emptied out the fridge and freezer and gave all the food to Umm Mahmoud (the mother of Mahmoud) and Rahsha. In Egypt (and maybe other Muslim/Middle Eastern countries? I’m not sure)...