Holiday Inn - Citystars
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... earthquakes or whatever, but it was still worth a visit
The history of Memphis is closely linked to that of the country itself. Its eventual downfall is believed to be due to the loss of its economic significance in late antiquity, following the rise of coastal Alexandria Its religious significance also diminished after the abandonment of the ancient religion following the Edict of Thessalonica
It contains the second largest sphinx in ...
... We are trying to stay cool by staying indoors until the later afternoon. We beat the heat today by taking a felucca down the Nile viewing the Coptic church, the Cairo sky line and the blazing sun setting for another day. Andrew took some really great shots while on the boat and tried to capture the sun at different times in the sky. I don't think these will be our last sunset pictures while in ...
... in western culture – I suppose with the lack of rain who needs eaves and a pitched roof? The box shape housing community dominates the building horizon that reminds me of a jungle canopy and flora underneath; each trying to outgrow each other to get to the sunlight with box upon box - gaps only to supply street access.
There is little in the way of railway system, or above ground light rail infrastructure, so the freeways and roads are choked. I’m ...
It was a rude awaking when the alarm went off at 4:30am. We had a 6:45am flight to Cairo. After a quick shower we were rushed onto our busses to set off for the airport. As we had so many people doing the overnight tour in Luxor, 3 Egyptian Air Boeing 737's were charted to transfer all of us to Cairo. We were schedule on the first flight out at 6:45am but departed at 7:15am - not my fault To give ...
... and crowding, dirty, least had nothing for them to steal. Thankfully our translator and tour staff came to the rescue and I was able to bolt, but what an eye opener. No more pictures! But really makes you wonder, this kid carry sticks, with no shoes, a thread bare shirt and dirty shorts, has a nice smart phone?! I would say a samsung 4 or something close to that size. Sure makes you wonder. The passing traffic, everything from big rigs, cars, pick ...