Iberotel Borg El Arab
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Hey again! We had a great time on our last few days in Egypt. We continued staying at the Acropole Hotel with free breakfast every morning, and eating Egyptian pizza for lunch and dinner. On day three we had Cobeba Samener for lunch and dinner for $8.36 or 63.8 EGP and we went to Corniche Beach. On day 4, we got one Sambosak for lunch and one for dinner. We visited the Alexandria ...
Hey guys, we're going to Egypt! We boarded yesterday and landed this morning at 4 am. This morning we ate at pizza queen for 71.90 EGP or $9.43. We are staying at the Acropole Hotel for $40 for four nights! With free breakfast! We visited the Corniche beach! It was so much fun! Total Miles: 9567.86 Total Spent: $1343.01 Total Left: ...
... the turn, it's right there.... (Mohammed doesn't turn there)"
*Insert Dante and I laughing hysterically while Rochelle talks for the 30ish seconds until we reached the next highway.
Driving in Alexandria is insane, people walk everywhere even on the highway. People get off and on and cross the highway at any given time, it is not for the faint of heart but locals seem to do it great ease. I however could look out at any given time and see a ...
... time we got to the great pyramids of Giza he joined me in our 7USD pp camel ride which was over in 5 minutes, photos and ride. We then walked around taking our own photos and marvelling at the fact that we were here finally and seeing this. We stood by the pyramids and explored the area and then made our way further down by bus to see the sphinx up close. I was surprised at how unprotected everything is as you can literally roam anywhere you want but watch out for camels, ...
Yesterday, it was announced over Egyptian television that
Mohammad Morsi won the election with a slim majority of the vote, making him
the first democratically-elected Egyptian president. After the momentous
declaration, the Egyptian girls watching the broadcast with me burst into
cheers at once and began hugging one another. To them, Morsi's victory
represented a greater victory for the revolution, an affirmation ...