Safir Hotel Cairo
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The Red Pyramid was built by Pharaoh Sneferu, and is considered to be the first successful attempt in human history to construct a smooth-sided pyramid! The Red Pyramid is the fourth highest pyramid in Egypt, with 104 meters high. The Red Pyramid is a special place to visit due to the lack of the crowds that flood to the Giza Plateau, which allows the needed quietness to contemplate and add some mystery to the ...
... She made a good speech later on behalf of all the players at the lavish dinner that was put on for us. We all received a medal which had our ranking in the tournament on it....mine was 23rd which far exceeded my expectations. By the way the first match I played in the tournament was against Judith (the eventual champion) and I won. Luckily she wasn't playing as well as she did in the final. Now on to the first day ...
... length to thank us for supporting Egypt by booking our tour. We have 3 other travellers on this leg. We left Giza and headed for Alexandria stopping on the way at a Coptic Christian Monastery. The St Bishoy Monastery dates back to 10th century. We had one of the Bishops take us on a tour of the site. There were lots of Coptic Christians visiting because it is currently their summer holidays. We arrived in Alexandria around 7pm and are staying in the ...
... Then it was time for lunch £20 for a coke. Some souvenir shopping and then back to our hotel for a nap. The traffic is horrific, there is three lanes on the road but five lanes of cars. Tonight we went on a cruise down the Nile River with dinner and a show, first a little two man band, then a five man band with a dancing man and a belly dancer. Very enjoyable but very loud maybe I'm just getting old ...
... That city was believed to be Serince. We were told by locals that last year during December, the tiny hillside village of only a few thousand people was completely booked up in every hotel, some charging up to $500 a night!! For about 3 weeks, locals made more money than they would’ve the entire year from people believing the world was going to end. The other town that was only a 30 minute shuttle ride away was Kusadasi, which is a beach town that offers beautiful ...