Husa Gawharet El Ahram
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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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 …
... View room- request balcony and non smoking. As Egypt smoke everywhere but have non smoking floors and rooms. We saw both renovated and non renovated rooms and with or without a view. The spa is divided to female and male. You can not get things like 'couples massage'. You will not find it in Egypt as it is illegal. We met the group for our inspection and welcome dinner at 6.45pm. Our inspection ...
Awake since 4....ggrrrrr but feeling much better and keen to head off with our guide, Yessa for a visit to the Egyptian museum. The hotel is HUGE and as David thought the breakfast reflected this and there were great choices...even bread & butter pudding! We sat with Barry, Heddi and our guide Yessa for a briefing on the next few days. Yessa was very determined to make sure we knew the drills and I had to laugh when he started telling us about the outside ...
... it personally that he couldn’t maintain safety) Don’t tell them it isn’t safe. Of course it is safe. We make it safe.
Guide: Then if it is so safe, why won’t you let them go and see it. They have come all the way from America to see Tahrir Square.
Guard: Well, let them go then. We will ensure their safety.
From this point we have a police car with sirens blaring and ...
... 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 ...