Safir Hotel Cairo
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... Alexandria gave us the opportunity to try out the metro on the way to the Egyptian Museum. Extremely cheap but you need to know which station you need as there is no English information at all. In fact there is very little in the way of tourist help anywhere luckily the locals stop and help, very friendly all round.
At the museum cameras are impounded so no photos. Loads of stuff in the museum, easy ...
... Sound and Light". It's a narrated laser and music show projected on the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx, and a unique opportunity to see the compound in the relative calm and cool of the night.
It was just a 10 minute drive down the road, and I'm so glad we went. We drove from a busy roundabout two blocks to the compound entrance, and a few steps inside the gate past the unusually tall and vocal feral cats that live here, you are slapped in the face with ...
... up and certainly won't have good facilities on the overnight train! I'm not that fussed but Barry is ****** off and Hedi is enjoying a beer by the pool as I write. No doubt I won't have an opportunity to post for the next few days as we are on the train and then spend 3 nights on a Nile cruise where I'm tipping there won't be Wi-Fi. I'm hoping that I can copy and paste from a Word document into the blog. Time for a ...
... was made easy by having a guide meet us and take us to the hotel. Being a city of 20 million means the traffic is something to experience. No lights and it is "go for the gap" driving even if the gap is 3 cms. Reminded me of Korea but a bit more hazardous. When Jayne asked what side of the road they drove on Mohammad said..any side!! Mohammed is very helpful and will be back after the tournament to look after ...
... many as 70 buses. The day we were there we only saw three. If you ever want to go to Egypt, now is the time. The sites are not crowded at all and some you have all to yourself. There are simply no words to describe how you feel when you stand before the three giant pyramids. I had to pinch myself to realize I was really there. Amr took us around back of the Pyramids where we were the only ones there. It gave a wonderful photo opportunity to be ...