Pharaoh Egypt Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... alive and his humor was priceless. Everyone simply could not stop talking about what a wonderful guide he was. The Egyptians and hotel staff were very friendly and welcomed us back after a decline in tourism for along period of time. Egypt felt very safe, but Viking always had escorts and security for us at every site. Especially in Cairo, where our first two security guards were especially vigilant. This made for a very relaxed and enjoyable ...
... lucky I woke up today! After breakfast we met in the lobby where we met Nardeen, who was the Egyptologist who would be our guide for the day. We said bye to Ramzy and all jumped in the mini van with Nardeen and headed out to the Egyptian Museum. We got out and went through a security check and into the museum gardens. We got some cash out at an ATM, then after a wander through the gardens, which was filled with heaps of cool broken statues pieces, we got given an audio ...
... popular but oh so boring! Mr. Gouda promised a home cooked meal that would turn us off to whatever is out there, but in actuality, it was more of the same. Rice, dried baked chicken, some sort of stew with okra, oily soup with okra, dried out pita bread and boiled carrots. Exasperated by the lack of choice and spending money equal to NYC for tasteless food, we opted for home made tuna sandwiches and instant noodles.
With the exception of Lorenzo’s, ...
... of a bench above tombs, this was the inspiration for later pyramids).
Off in the distance we could see the Bent Pyramid and the Red Pyramid.
We entered the Funerary Temple with Omar. The 40 columns inside resemble a bundle of papyrus or palm are still largely intact, but the stone roof has been destroyed.
We were supposed to go and explore for 30 minutes on our own, but we must have been gone much longer than that. The tombs of ...
... there in 1869. The hotel is ranked #2 among Giza’s 42 hotels. Upon arrival, our new A&K friends see to our registration and luggage. We never raise a finger. We are offered a golf cart to transport us to our room but choose to walk. We need to stretch our legs after hours of sitting on aircraft. Our bellman good naturedly walks with us. Our room is clean and comfortable but small. Our balcony has a partial view of the Giza pyramids but the majority ...