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... on the private pathway of the Hotel.
Breakfast Buffet then a visit to the Citadel and the Mosque of Mohammad, also called the Alabaster Mosque. Amr always advised us when cameras could be used.
When necessary left our cameras and personal items on the motor-coach safely. Cameras were not allowed in the Egyptian Museum. The Citadel provided a beautiful view of the city high atop a hill. The highlight of the ...
To be honest, museums haven’t always been my thing. But who comes to Egypt and doesn't go to the biggest and probably one of the most historic museums in the world. I think I deserve to be stoned if I don't. I read an article online about the museum prior to visiting. It said if one had to see every single item on display in the museum, it will take 4 months to do so. Well I don’t have four months so three hours will have to do. We entered the museum and ...
... So, I guess pride decided Sudan was out and flying was in. I know my parents will be happy. In addition to the Visa fiasco, on my first day I took a nice walk through Old Cairo, so named because it was founded during Roman times and nowadays consists of the Coptic Christian quarter of Cairo. Due to the sporadic flaring of sectarian violence that has occurred since the revolution, the army has armored vehicles positioned in several areas around the neighborhood, road blocks ...
... Gold (beer). We walked over 2 km to Sequoia restaurant. It did not look that far on the map, but we survived the dusty hot walk to and from the restaurant. The restaurant is located at the tip of the island and is a beautiful outdoor space. It was quite busy and had a great atmosphere. We had some delicious grilled halloumi and baba ganoush. We were so full afterward that we had a difficult time eating shish tawook and shawarma, but again, we managed!
... skin, and all
you could hear was the murmuring of the wind and the sand beneath your
The Great Pyramid and Sphinx was exactly that – great! There
were hawkers, camels and donkeys by the droves all offering the same wares. The
hawkers are an embarrassment to the Egyptian Tourist Guides who are apologetic
even before you reach the site. We
didn’t seem to have a problem though, but there were many other tourists ...