Fairmont Towers Heliopolis
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... black. Then we did some shopping, I got a magnet, Wes got a stuffed camel and the parents got coasters. After that we were hot and hungry so we had ice cream. After all of the shopping we went to a dock on the Nile. At the dock we got on a flat boat. The boat was really fun, I pretended I was Cleopatra sailing down the Nile on a big fancy boat. Wes got to drive it too, which he thought was super cool even though he kept going in circles, which apparently was ...
... on the country as a whole, but I'll save those for another post, as it's getting late here. We did delivery for dinner so some extra time in the apartment gave me a chance to unwind, the kids some time on their tablets, and Linda crashed hard for a several hours long nap. The evening wrapped up back at the Pyramids for a sound and light show projected onto the monuments with some history lessons mixed in. It was good to get a recap of all that we learned ...
... other Arabic people in the Middle East such as the Lebanese, Palestinians, Syrians, as well as some foods from Europe, have affected the Egyptian diet. However, Egyptian cuisine maintains its uniqueness. After thousands of years, rice and bread remain staple foods, and molokhiyya (a spinach-like vegetable) and ful mudammas (cooked, creamy fava beans), a national dish, are nearly as popular as long ago. (Typical Food of Egypt, 2014).
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... the first three days you're eligible for duty free goods, only acting as honey to locals who would try and get cigarettes or 'alcohol for his daughter's wedding' (we had that one a lot from the same guy whose wedding changed date every time). Our big backpacks acted as those colourful brollies that tourist guides wave above their head as a beacon to everyone around. After traipsing around town through the thick of traffic and comparing a few hostels, ...
... s antenna was beginning to become quite aware and we up and left without buying even a little bottle. We had had one honest conversation and our guard was down. We then proceeded back to the restaurant. Susan had the local delicacy, pigeon grilled and Richard had kofta and kebab. It was most enjoyable. We overlooked the other side of the sound and lights show so as we were eating the pyramids were backlit by the lights as the show progressed. As we finished our ...