Hilton Cairo World Trade Center Residence
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... despite ruling for many many years. Most statues are made of slate, limestone or wood. One statue of King chephern the builder of the second pyramid in Giza is made of diorite. Diorite is the 2nd ************e behind diamonds so it is quite a feat that a whole statue and in such fine detain is carved out of this stone. It is thought they would have had to use Diorite to carve Diorite. There is a beautiful wooden statue of a mayor who's eyes are made ...
... that 4 lanes is really 8 and median strips are just another land to cross to get to a service road. We dodged, concrete blocks, broken down cars and trucks, street vendors parked in a lane and sheep and goats. We in fact just stopped on a bridge to have Moustafa explain a little about the Nile. Our first glimpse of the pyramids of Giza was a Oh My moment. They are big. Our Accommodation..... Pretty fancy by this holidays standards, we even have ...
So sorry I have not posted in such a long time, between spring break and school and other personal issues I have not given the time to devote myself to my blog, anyways if you do check up on this I will make this quick I had a 2 and a half week spring break! in which i visited Verona,Venice, Florence, and Rome Italy as well as Egypt. I will be posting only the pics of ...
No treasure,only ruins.My gold was lost.At that moment,it likes the end of the world.I reached pyramid here through much hardships but got nothing here,at first,I tried to dig up my treasure but I could not find it,and I felt that my journey will become meaningless.
... Suffice to say the pyramids were pretty impressive! Didn't know that some were essentially right in Cairo. Seems a shame that the original harder outside coating of granite had been taken off around 100+ years ago for road making material, and the softer limestone was obviously being eroded away over the years.
It was hard to really appreciate the time scales, with some (Giza nearest Cairo) pyramids being around 4,000 years old... ...