San Giovanni Hotel
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Because of the helping of the alchemist, I finally arrive at Pyramid. I am so excited but the treasure doesn't exist. I know that the treasure is in the church, the one I dreamed from the beginning. So I have to go back to Spain and go to the church. And I exactly find the treasure under the tree. I can't not breath when I see the treasure. I deserve ...
... up at 5:00 AM. Left at 6:00 for drive back to Alexandria to see Catacombs, fallen temple and the 2nd largest library in the world. Lunch and back to ship at 1:15. Had to be on board by 1:30. Traffic is terrible in Cairo and Alexandria .They don't have lanes, street signs or stop lights. They just use theirs horn when they want to pass or change lanes. My driver was terrific though. Don't know how they keep from getting into accidents. pedestrians everywhere ...
... the bus was a couple from Australia. Sitting in traffic on a ride that turns into 4-5 hours is easy to tolerate if you have an Aussie behind you giving play by play commentary of the traffic outside. Brad and I were in stitches with many of his comments. The highway we are on had a unique way of controlling the speed of these vehicles, every so many miles was a speed bump on steroids. Also along the road we see what turns out to be ...
... year abroad, who it turns out have met in Alex and are living down the road from eachother. Thanks to their hospitality, the holiday will set us back the price of a return train ticket: about £7.
Having heard mixed stories of seatless jouneys straddling goats and chickens and painfully slow trains doing the journey of 2hours 30mins in 6, we wait for the catch whilst we settle ourselves into an airconditioned carriage with more leg room than any First ...
... in a straight line one behind each other and walk like an Egyptian, was quite funny because we all actually did it!
Then we went to Pompay's Pillar with the pillar and the two sphinx's ( Amud el-sawari) surrounded by the flats and filth of Alexandria. All the buildings around it have been destroyed, with these three items being pretty much all that is left. We then went to look at where the pillar was at the sea/harbour was once one of the seven wonders of the world but ...