Kaoud Sporting Hotel
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... br> Muslim conquest of Egypt in AD 641, when a new capital was founded at Fustat (later absorbed into Cairo). Hellenistic Alexandria was best known for the Lighthouse of Alexandria (Pharos), one of theSeven Wonders of the Ancient World; its Great Library (the largest in the ancient world; now replaced by a modern one); and the Necropolis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Middle Ages.
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... Few days passed away ,and I had talked to the desert ,I had already learnt how to talked with the wind and the desert ,that’s the language of the soul .I finally turned to the hand that wrote all ,i reached through the soul of the world ,then became the wind .
The following day ,the general provided me and the Alchemist to accompany us as far as we ...
... Gardens. We took our lives into our hands and crossed the road from the hotel to the beach haven owned by the Four Seasons. We were completely alone, besides the guard who kept riff raff off the pristine lawns. The road had a pedestrian light, but a traffic police officer had to intervene each time to make the cars stop at the red light.
... ate it was time to go to a souvenir shop. On the bus I had heard the pharaoh lady describe to the lady in front of me the types of cartouches that the store had and that they could add the hieroglyphics while you wait. She mentioned she would show us all the catalogues while at dinner (that must have been when I was at the restroom). We got to the shop and I hadn’t seen anything and apparently everyone else had turned in orders ahead ...
... from Leeds uni have found themselves. Owned by a rich coptic family, the ENORMOUS one floor palace is almost groaning under the weight of heavy mahogony coffee tables, thick rugs, about 10 sofas and enough lace for a good few dowry chests, and seems to recede back and back the further you venture into it.
In the morning, I lean out of the window to appreciate how much fresher the air is here on the coast, absent mindedly watching some builders setting to ...