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... relaxing time since Rochelle and I are headed on the crew tour to the pyramids tomorrow. It is about 3 hours each way, so it is going to be a long day! So to relax somemore (as if the day wasn't perfect enough already lol) we went and sat in the sauna.
What an amazing day today was. It made me very thankful for so many things... Mainly the fact that I was born in a country where I could wear and say what I wanted... Where I could be the type of ...
... woman who was waiting for friends to finish their tour. She spoke about the effects of the revolution, and explained why the streets were so full of garbage. The contracts were signed with a foreign company who gave kick backs to the former corrupt government. When this government fell, the garbage company stopped working although they are still being paid. Since the ship was leaving earlier than we had originally been told, we ...
... well as up to probably our first 20 minutes of walking we had seen about 3 women.
Walking down streets of silver and gold shops (note as you get away from the cruise terminal you get less hassled as you come into mainstream living) and then clothing shops we finally came to the main street around the shore. Now here we are expecting to see some nice beaches but no it was rocks for a good stretch which you found men sitting ...
Got up at the painfully early hour of 6:30 a.m. aboard Voyager of the Seas in Alexandria, Egypt. My room service breakfast was delivered at 6:40. I ate and then went downstairs at 7:15 for my tour group assignment. Today I did Tour AX17 – "Landmarks of Alexandria." I was assigned to Group 7. I boarded the bus and our tour guide, Mohamed, introduced himself.
We departed the port at 7:44 and drove 16 minutes to our first sight, Fort Qaitbey, which dominates Alexandria's ...
... apartments, so they had to cut through the rock walls which meant they also had to cut through the sarcophagus there. Back up to ground level and there was another burial place which has been moved here from another area. This one has stucco paintings of the funerary process typical of Egyptian style but again with elements of Greek & Roman styles. Unfortunately, no cameras were allowed in here so we made do with the purchase of a postcard album.
Our next stop was ...