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Apres Memphis, nous nous rendons au complexe funeraire de Djeser a Saqqarah. Il est le second ouvrage edifie en pierre de taille de l'histoire de l'Egypte Ancienne. C'est la premiere fois que la tombe du pharaon devient une pyramide..
Il date d'a peu pres 2600 avJC, et fut bati sous le pharaon Djeser, de la IIIeme dynastie, par l'architecte …
... to find. We obviously brought some back with us. We also had sugar cane juice earlier in the day. That was slightly sweet and delicious. We were culinary rebels and ate local food, probably questionable water, and fresh vegetables. No serious problems so far, and we didn't **** ourselves on a camel, so trip has been a success.
Early evening back at the hotel with some relaxing swim time in the pool. Tomorrow we head out for Greece, first stop is Santorini.
... in SoCal during the annual fires.
History Lesson: Tom explained that there are 91 million people who live in the country of Egypt, and 25 million of them live in Cairo. Interesting fact is that 85% of the country is Muslim, and 15% are Christian. A lot of FWM folks were curious / concerned about how that breakdown would be. All I know is I can't wait to hear the calls to prayer 5 times a day again, I haven't heard it since I was in Morocco. The city is made up of ...
... here and nearly bought a $300 papyrus picture of a famous Egyptian scene and story. We really loved it but decided not to buy. Of course the salesman was doing everything possible to coerce us. I'm glad we decided not to. We have to watch the budget and besides we either would have had to cart it around for another 5 months or have it posted back and I wasn't so keen on that idea. We did however stop at a carpet ...
... our journey pertain to Ramses II. He is also rumored to be the ruler during Moses time but this is strongly debated. The statue is amazing! Its huge and the detail of the carvings incredible. The legs are broken off the statue lost when the British tried to steal it. It was to large to fit into the ship so the legs were smashed and thrown in the Nile! Also on this site are various other statues, many of Ramses, and a beautiful alabaster ...
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- Overpriced and Seedy
- Super hotel!
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1 El Galaa Sq. Dokki, Giza | 5 star hotelfrom $179
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252 Pyramids Road, Giza | 4 star hotelfrom $35
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- Nice hotel
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- The new is great, the old is awful
35 Giza Street, Giza | 5 star hotelfrom $245
- Service par excellance!!
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53 Studio Misr Road, Giza | 4 star hotelfrom $36
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85 King Faisal Street, Giza | 3 star hotelfrom $34
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198 EL-Haram Street, Giza | 4 star hotelfrom $25
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