Nile King Hotel
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... hotel was amazing. We got to see the suites and the Carter Suite (named after Jimmy Carter). Dinner was at the Hotel restaurant. We had Kofta and tabouli. While we were at dinner we witnessed a proposal. It was beautiful. The couples friends and family showed up just as he proposed. She said yes! Everyone went back to the rooms after this- we all had long flights. Tomorrow is the Pyramid and the ...
... important parts. It was hard not to 'zone out' at times.
It was so great to get back to the hotel for a rest and some free time in the afternoon. We met up with Hedi and Barry at 7pm and wandered down to a nearby restaurant for dinner. We had a lovely meal of baked fish and some traditional Egyptian dips. We were sitting on the rooftop area overlooking a busy vibrant intersection and the temperature was lovely...so we really enjoyed it. It was a great day.
... They are willing to answer silly westerner questions about most anything and you truly feel you have made friends.
Our first stop was the great pyramids of Giza. There are actually 9 pyramids here. The largest is the great pyramid of Khufu (Cheops). built around 2560BC almost 5 thousand years ago! It is also the last remaining wonder of the 7 ancient wonders of the world. Beside this pyramid is the pyramid of his son Khafre or ...
... beautiful with a Moorish design. We were treated like royalty, which had actually stayed there. The food was out of this world. The chef came out and introduced himself and we had pictures made with him. The Maitre'd gave us a tour of the hotel and the Nile Terrace. Wonderful night and one to be remember. I had read that no one but registered guests were allowed beyond the gates, so before we left, I emailed them and told them when we would ...
... the wifi is so we happily used that. Our dinner cruise was on a swish boat and it was quite full with both locals and tourists, at least one room out of the 2 dining rooms. It was a buffet so we got to try some interesting and new things. After dinner we went up on board to see Cairo at night. There were fireworks which we have found out are for weddings. Interesting as both nights our motel has hosted a wedding. The decorations have changed each ...