Le Riad Hotel De Charme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hygienic. Most places have a built in "bide," which consists of a small metal pipe inside the toilet. I hope you can see the problem, S it's located right where your business drops down. My first day in Aswan I didn't do too much, just walked around and went for an evening felucca ride (local sailboat). The touts were pretty persistent (and would prod to be in Luxor also), as you were constantly getting hassled for a felucca or celeche (horse drawn carriage) ride, and even ...
... seemed a bit excessive, so I had kindly declined his offer. I know you're supposed to haggle with the Egyptians, but I find it an awkward business. And the experience so far had been pleasant and I didn't want to ruin that positive feeling. So I decided, I was going to try and see the pyramids myself. It was only a short walk from the hotel. So after breakfast I put on a hat and some sunglasses, and the earbuds of my mp3 player, and off I went. Of ...
... was the 'panorama' an outcropping that provides a fantastic view of the three main pyramids. It was also the location of our first proper exposure to Egyptian souvenir sellers, which were to almost become the bane of our existence during the tour, but I'll write more about that later. After taking who-knows-how-many photos, we reboarded the bus for the trip back down to the Pyramids themselves. Mido gave us some more free time to have a look around, and there was ...
... of our shoes and me covering my hair with a scarf that I had brought for this occasion. It was a peaceful place Outside the mosque, we walk through Cairos oldest market, Kalil... The small cobblestone streets are lined with ancient, mideivel buildings... Some are very ornate and others not so much. I watch one young egyptian boy trying to walk as he balances a large wooden tray of bread on his head. The other two boys are picking up ...