Radisson Blu Hotel, Cairo Heliopolis
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... meter?” Indicating to the taxis meter. Many cairo taxis come equipped with meter but most drivers refuse to turn it on for tourists as this will mean that you will be paying much less than the inflated price that they normally quote you. But Lena has become a pro at insisting that the meter be turned on… and lucky for us, this driver obliged. After driving on the corniche for about 10 minutes, and every so often yelling at the driver “grand ...
... where those restrictions are suddenly taken away, she would be too coy, or too scared, to know what to do with herself. Of course male friends would happily expect me – a westerner – to enter into their dancing with them. No thanks. I watch as a guy, scarf around hips, shakes his shoulders with a flourish to woops from his wolf pack, blissfully wrapped up in their little world whilst the herd of does carry meekly on with their own limp party.
... of that here.
There were many good examples of common Coptic Orthodox Church characteristics:
Many icons (images of religious figures painted on wood). There were 110 icons in this church, the first was St Catherine, dating back to the 8th century.Iconostasis (wall of icons, separating the nave from sanctuary)
Beautiful wood work without glue or nails. Here it was ebony inlaid with ivory
Pulpit in middle, 7 chapels here. Pulpit has not been ...
... Italian, Spanish… to which the entire busload sit on the edge of their seats, ready to shout 'ENGLISH' a little more emphatically each time. After all we've been through today, a sense of camaraderie is growing between this random collection of passengers. After a while, the landscape begins to change. From the flat planes punctuated only by the odd wild camel or wandering nomad, mountains being to appear on the horizon. We wave goodbye to our military friends ...
... pyramids in Giza, and now there are just 9 remaining. Then we went to see them!!! The first, the biggest of the 3 you have seen in textbooks, is the pyramid of Cheops, which took 20 years to build using blocks weighing from 1 – 15 tons, there are 2,350,000 blocks on this one. It once stood at 465 feet high, and due to erosion and sand storms it stands at 455 feet high today. If you see a modern picture of it, you will notice what ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Hotel, Cairo Heliopolis
We really loved the Hotel stay. Nice room, nice food and breakfast.
But it is situated close to the airport (no noise problem), so pretty far from the center.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.