Novotel Cairo 6th Of October
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Not that I've ever been to Kansas, but that famous line from the Wizard of Oz is kind of appropriate. Cairo is definitely a world of it's own. I definitely stick out like a sore thumb on a person with no fingers. Everything about me screams tourist, which of course means a great deal of attention from taxi drivers at the airport. Unlike in Europe, these guys don't take no for an answer. I'm rather glad I organised a transfer in advance. ...
... city in Africa and heading east towards the Suez Canal.
Once you arrive at the Red Sea you turn south and ride the coastal highway to Safaga. From there you will begin your first major climb riding inland across the rugged Eastern desert into Upper Egypt, joining the Nile River at Qena.
In Luxor, you will have the opportunity to explore one of the most the magnificent archeological sites in the world, Temple of Karnak, the Valleys of ...
... event. Years when the Nile flood water failed to reach 16 cubits, the celebrations were canceled, and prayers and fasting were held instead.
Following our trip to the Nilometer we then walked with the driver over a foot bridge to the Cairo side of the river and into Old Cairo, the Coptic Church area that was called Babylon after the famous place of the same name on the Euphrates river. It is said that the the Holy Family visited as far as ...
... Minister of Egypt. Not being able to get a gig in the church, or anywhere near it for that matter meant that our plans changed slightly.Our first stop instead was the Ben Ezra synagogue which we spent a little time in, it is interesting that it is still in active service as the Jewish population of Cairo is tiny.From the synagogue we next went to the Church of St Barbara which although rather small was interesting and actually holds an underground crypt.With these 2 ...
... decided that anywhere else in the city it would be more expensive so for the 10 days we are here we will eat the Chicken Curry. While we stayed the ten days we got to know the vendor his name is Ra'd Jameel and he has 10 kids. On the first day after we got back we went and toured the Cairo Tower. The next day we went and saw the Nile ...