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... and even boast an Iris layered within the eye. As we wandered about we got to the upper floor where all the treasures of Tutankhamun are exhibited. Egyptian museum has all the artefacts bar Tutankhamuns actual mummy which continues to be on display within his tomb in the Vally of the Kings. I spent so long looking around the Tutankhamun exhibit the absolute huge quantities of things they found within the tomb was amazing. The main event which was ...
... or four. Which is good because it is really hot. Our room overlooked the Pyramids with a bit of a building in the way which we were delighted about as did the pool and bar area. It was interesting that our car was sniffer dogged before we drove in and bollards were lowered to let us in. Our luggage was scanned as we entered the hotel lobby. They do take their guests safety seriously. We spent our afternoon by the pool partaking in some ...
... well there are over 1000 in the other album but those will be up soon after finals. Please I hope you all enjoy the pictures. ooops i forgot to mention madrid
my spring break timeline-
okay so i had a 3 week spring break (2 of which were given to me by my school) (1 week i just took off hehe.
... knew that my treasure is under the church where I am from.I believe that it must be there and now I just come back follow the way I came here.I have mastered Arabic and the world language,so it could be easier to get back trough the same way.
Whatever,my journey haven't finish. ...
... Sakahra district ones being even older, being the precursor 'bench' or 'step' style pyramids, around 4,700 years old. There are only 206 in total, because only people of truly royal blood line were allowed to have this style of burial. If a King married a commoner (as did one king with 32 wives most of whom were not of royal stock), these queens were not considered truly of royal blood and were buried in 'benches' not pyramids. Amazing ...