Husa Gawharet El Ahram
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Option 9: Stopover Day Tour Visiting Giza Pyramids, Egyptian Museum, Citadel and Khan Klaili Bazzar
(Starts and ends from Cairo airport) As soon as you reach to Cairo airport you will find Emo Tours` guide holding a sign of your name outside the Passengers area then you will be transferred to Giza City by Private A/C Vehicle to Start your day …
... to visit the very first Pyramid (stepped) constructed and a number of tombs, two of which we were lucky to enter. We felt a real sense of history as we walked amongst limestone, granite and mudstone structures which are more than 4,600 years old. The stone carving inside the tombs were exquisite with some still retaining their colour. Our tour guide also pointed out two other large Pyramids about 10 km away which are 2 of the 6 most famous of ...
... the rapid and larger movements of the Polynesian dancers. The whirls dervish man was just incredible- how he did not fall down is amazing. On our way in our guide told us that we had a very early flight and would be picked up at 4am. This little bit of information would have been good to know earlier in the day. We were not packed, Sue had not showered because we were waiting so long for the unknown cruise start and we were tired. Ah well, we just have to ...
"The desert only moments ago had been endless and and free, and now it is an impenetrable wall" Have you ever experienced a change like this in your life?
This means that you can be so happy and excited for your journey, but then later when it becomes more difficult, and you realize how long it will take, and how hard it will be, you feel trapped and you start to hate it and want to give up. Nothing big like this has happened in my life.
... their beliefs; waving the four fingered flag. There had been rumor of large gatherings. On my way home from shopping I had walked right into a large prayer group and wondered if something was brewing. Once home, I stayed indoors and took video from my balcony window. The whole thing lasted about 30 minutes; car horns honking to a beat, voices chanting, flags waving. I couldn't understand what they were saying, but it was pro-Morsi based on the flags. There were no ...