Safir Hotel Cairo
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11.8.09 Ancient Churches, Mosques, And Synagogues – Oh My! Cairo, Egypt
Ahh, Cairo. Every problem that you can imagine associated with an overpopulated city probably exists in Cairo – extreme poverty, trash everywhere, incredible pollution, and unforgettable traffic congestion (and, like Morocco, with little to no rules of the …
... to A$10-. Tonight the three of us are going to one of the other restaurants we discovered last night, to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. Happy birthday to Kelly today turning 40 and happy 60th wedding anniversary to Ma & Pa for the 24th. We will have a couple for you all. Tomorrow we have to meet tour guide at 7.30am then we head off to see Pyramids, visit the Valley Temple and the Sphinx as well as Memphis ( hope to see Elvis ) and Sakkara. Tell you more about it ...
... between platforms together. On the metro lots of people stare, and sometimes children try to surreptitiously point my presence out to their mothers using covert eye movements and head gestures, I find this very amusing as the mothers try, equally covertly, to get their child to stop looking at me. The adults state too and sometimes it's more disconcerting when women are so interested in us. Sometimes they are ...
... at Midnight, our driver picked us up and drove us 2 hours to Mount Sinai, he let us off at the base of the mountain at 2 AM, It was dark and we didn't have flash lights, but the moon was very bright so we could see our way pretty good. It was cold, and windy but once we started walking it got warm pretty fast. I was with 6 other people who were staying across form me in Dahab, (all Americans going to School here in Cairo) they were really nice, and funny, our guide had us ...
... hours sleep but got up at 10 pm to get ready for my hike up mount Sinai. Below are some pictures of the spectacular Sunrise on top of Mount Sinai this morning, or "Moses Mountain" which is the other name used here in Egypt. It is said this is where Moses accepted the 10 Commandments from God. Mount Sinai is 2,285-metre (7,497 ft), It took us 2 Hrs and 50 Minutes to climb to the top, it was truly the hardest climb I have done so far (since I am not a hiker this will not surprise you) ...
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