Moevenpick Hotel & Casino Cairo-Media City
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Africa, we're back! I definitely win the award for the longest trip here out of our group. I left Laguna Niguel at 5:30 AM (in the rain) to catch my 8:30 AM flight. By the time I got to the hotel around 2:00 PM, I'd been traveling for 23.5 hours. Per usual, my vacation started off this morning with a mimosa - okaaay, fine... one mimosa and one mimosa with vodka... before boarding. Luckily I got an 'upgrade' to a window seat thanks to my gimp card, and I was able to sleep the ...
... upstairs for the party. I think the ceremony still had to take place upstairs?
We headed off the Egyptian museum and it was good to see the more modern part of Cairo and the massive river Nile! Sooooo many buildings left unfinished though....almost as far as your eyes could see. Yessa explained this is because the owners do not have to pay tax until the building is completed but it seems weird. It looks so bad!
I wondered how on earth the ...
Weather today was windy with sanding blowing everywhere. Flat Stanley visited the Egyptian Museum, Saladin's Citadel, Mohamed Ali alabaster mosque and the Christian churches of Coptic Cairo. Stanley particularly liked seeing the mummies in the Egyptian ...
... suburb that I'm sure someone has called Cairo's Manhattan). Three sights on the way back. First, the Nile. Driving from the airport you already see the fertility of the Nile Delta; it's a dusty and sunbaked city, but there is deep green vegetation, of the kind that could nourish the first big civilisation. Second, a big obeslisk on the Zamalek side. It is a twin to those I'm so familiar with from Victoria Embankment (especially), Central Park ...
... totally filled! Hilarious!
Lunch was nice kebabs and then we were off to see the pyramids. It was so cool driving to the edge of town and seeing desert and pyramids looking back at you. There are three big ones close to Cairo and that includes the great pyramid of Giza. We drove up to a scenic look out to take in the epic view, the city is very smoggy so it was hidden from the background view. The great pyramid is missing some of its top stones so ...