Qasr El Bawity Hotel
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... terrains have worn a jacket more often than I expected. I think it is a comfortable time of the year to visit. Next morning...we have been taken to Alexandria this morning (it is a 4+ hr journey) and have been delivered to a magnificent hotel on the Mediterranean Coast in what is called the Gold Coast. The trip up was a change from the desert that surrounds Cairo and extends South. As you go north it becomes greener ...
... to battle through and see everything the Palace had to offer. Due to the sub-zero temperatures that brought snow and slush all day, we were ready to leave and decided to book a bus and leave that night for a smaller, warmer and more coastal town called Selcuk. Although before we left, we finalized our New Year’s Eve plans by booking accommodation in Goa, India to celebrate the end of 2013 on a beach!!! More expensive than anticipated, although we made an executive decision ...
... I will be visiting them. There are street vendors with fruits and veggies, there are little stores with fruits and veggies and packaged goods, and there are larger shops with groceries. There are also a myriad of restaurants serving everything from Subway to Chinese to Italian.
Let me tell you about Road 233. That is right behind our apartment/flat. It is shop after shop after shop; everything from bagels to light bulb shops, to fabric shops, to ...
... after that. We bought peanut M&M's, Lays chips, mixed nuts and red Lipton tea for lunch at 3:00. The last stop was a restaurant and a small zoo with a flamingo, ostriches, goats, llamas, other birds and deer.
All in all it was smooth sailing until we hit a traffic jam in Cairo! We arrived at the Marriott after 7:00 and I was glad to be out of a moving vehicle!
We checked in, took a ...
A representative of Abercrombie and Kent meets us as we near the baggage area. "Zac" collects $15 from each of us and returns a minute later with our visas to enter Egypt. He waits at the baggage carousel with us as our bags are among the very last to come off the Swiss Air flight. Zac then guides us through Customs.
While awaiting our bags, we meet Angela Fowler. Angela is from New York City and is a retired landscape architect. ...