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... merchant selling exquisite porcelain and silk, and in the next stall over a wealthy Florentine banker is hiring out positions on his next excursion to the Indies.
However, as much as I would love to stay and live in this incredible city, my purpose at coming here was to find my fortune, and the first step in that plan is exposing myself to the different trade opportunities by ...
About this Tour :30 U.S (Guiding Service price)
my hometown Alexandria,the cosmopolitan since it was founded by Alexander
the Great in 332 B.C ,a city has a lot to offer from touristic
attractions,to old places with unique architecture ,
atmosphere,food,art,old markets,and friendly people ,Come to experience
Egyptian style-life with an Egyptian tour
guide that has a passion to her city and its long ...
... mummy room where the actual mummy's are. Can't take pictures any where inside the museum. We then went to a Papyrus store where they demonstrated how paper is made. also got to buy some. Then a buffet lunch and then to the pyramids. they are right outside of town which was a surprise, but in the desert. Got to climb on one of them and had a sand storm but I thought that just added to the experience. Rode a camel!! Then to the Sphinx. Did a little shopping and then ...
... us and our baggage, once done it was only a short walk before we saw our driver holding a board up for "Peter John". Sayed introduced himself and brought the fairly modern Toyota 10 seater minibus with rear wheelchair space and rear ramp. Ramp proved to be a problem as it was not quite wide enough. Mum adapted very quickly walking up the ramp thereafter and existing by the side steps leaning on Sayed"s strong shoulders. ...
... discovered a whole buried ancient world! The greeks mummified their bodies close to the egyptians process but was not as good, and the tomb has water seeping into it which damaged the bodies. The egyptians would have known about the water level but the greeks obviously didnt. There were paintings and the egyptian gods were detailed on the walls but with a Greek feel to them so they had Greek outfits, not Egyptian. Whenever we left a site, our guide would jokingly say we had to work out ...