Moevenpick Hotel & Casino Cairo-Media City
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... 90tons. It is beautiful but who it represents is still unknown.
We then move on to Sakkara and the oldest pyramid of all, the pyramid of Djoser built by the great architect Imoteph. Again this is just an amazing piece of history to be in the presence of. Intensive restoration work is being done to try to save this pyramid. The area also has the mummification temple and the courtyard where Djoser held festivals and events to prove ...
... That city was believed to be Serince. We were told by locals that last year during December, the tiny hillside village of only a few thousand people was completely booked up in every hotel, some charging up to $500 a night!! For about 3 weeks, locals made more money than they would’ve the entire year from people believing the world was going to end. The other town that was only a 30 minute shuttle ride away was Kusadasi, which is a beach town that offers beautiful ...
... but not bottom to top. A death mask was used to help the soul find the body.
Owl - it is the letter M in heiroglyphics
Set - is the evil god, but is the protector in the oasis.
Jekyll - anoobis or god of mummification.
Falcon - Horace (when depicted with double crown) or Ra (when depicted with a disc); Osiris and Isis gave birth to Horace - resurrection story. Eye of Horace is a symbol of healing.
Bull - Hathor - ...
... The view over Cairo from the Coptic and
further up the mountain is mind blowing, with the only areas displaying open
space being the military compounds. The earthy colours of the buildings all
blended together with only a few patches of blue and dusty green. The newer
areas and buildings were apparent as their colour hadn’t yet been clouded by
dust. Unless you are a history buff there is no need for a guide in these
places, just a ...
... we could view all of the pyramids in a panoramic view. It was a truly amazing site. There were lots of vendors trying to talk to us, but I was lucky because a couple of the security guards hung out with me the whole time so I didn't get hassled as much. There was however, a lot of wind and a little bit of a sand storm. By the time we were done I think I was covered in sand!
Our last stop in Cairo was the great Sphinx. This was an amazing site, as ...