Movenpick Hotel & Casino Cairo-Media City
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Small mosques to visit, friendly guardians happy to show you around, cameras welcome. Cheerful shop vendors and cats on every corner. No tourist stalls, this was a walk through Islamic Cairo where the business of the day is in hand.
We missed our way of course but arrived in sight of the citadel which we could at least find on a map.
We visited a large mosque and were encouraged ...
... around it. It was interesting to note the stones were much smaller. Lots of interesting stories from Yassa but once again it's a bit hard to keep on track with it all, especially in the heat. I could see David zoning out and nodding off a couple of times...haha. Interesting drive back to the hotel as I continued to notice a large amount of donkeys on the roads. The houses and streets were extremely run door and ...
American dollars are widely accepted and actually preferred. Be sure to bring plenty of one dollar bills for tipping. We brought $100.00 in ones and should have brought more. We tipped ship crews, hotel staff and bus drivers with American Dollars. Hotel and Ship Charges
were put on a credit card. The ship crew must be in cash only, either American Dollars or Egyptian Pounds. Viking River Cruise is the only way to truly see ...
... this mess. Back at the hotel, we were trying to arrange some wifi to check our emails before calling Dubai. Having not received any correspondence, with receipt for payment in hand, I picked up the phone. Luckily, the person on the other end spoke English pretty well and, by the end of the heated conversation, they had worked out that the Egyptian tour company's bank had rejected the payment. The money was in Dubai and they wanted me to come in and collect it. "You ...
... and got chatting to a couple who were from Geelong, who were on the tour that started the next morning. We chatted with them, then used the wifi, then Hani came down and started talking to the group who were there to do tomorrow's tour. They were all going out for dinner together, and Hani invited us along, so we went for a walk with them, which ended up being quite a long walk to ...