Sheraton Montazah Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The alchemist had to go back ,so we said goodbye to each other ,before that I received some gold from the monk .The heart told me where my treasure was hidden ,I climbed to the dune ,looked up to the sky ,the night was wonderful ,the moon was shining upon my head .Few minutes later , when I finally climbed to the top of the dune ,my heart leapt ,the view in front of my eye will be the most beautiful view that I have ever seen ,I kneed down ,I cried ,and I started digging from ...
... private I am sure we had more time in Cairo than the people who used the coach. However being 5.30 PM we immediately entered a traffic jam which held us up for some time. Car drivers in Egypt are the worst I have ever seen. The procedure seems to be to enforce your intentions squeezing your way through The mass of cars working your way across lanes to achieve your objective amidst a constant cacophony of car horns of various ...
... of the Mediterranean Sea.
The next stop was the Morse Abul Abess Mosque. It was the first time for both of us to enter a mosque. This is when I learnt that women and men are separated in a mosque and they have to use different entrances. Hosny and I went ahead in the main entrance while Lucky went in using another entrance. We had to leave our shoes at the entrance and a man was looking after them. Once we were inside almost three quarters of ...
... eastbound along the Egyptian coastline. We would enter the canal about 2 a.m. and the passage should take 12 hours, he said.
I went upstairs to work on my blog, then back to the cabin at 8:16 to get ready for dinner in the Carmen Dining Room. Returned to cabin at 10:07 and read. An hour later, I noted how I was feeling really tired but I want to stay up for the canal entrance. To pass the time, I watched an episode of “The Amazing Race” on DVD as this day came to a ...
... br> After about half an hour the rain lessened and by the time we reached the monastery we had blue skies. Either side of the road was green with crops growing even though it is about 100 kms from the Nile. The crops grown here with ground water are cherries (in blossom at the moment), olives, grapes, bananas, strawberries, alfalfa, lettuce, cabbages, pineapple, etc. Each area is watered by the black tubing laid out in the fields.
We turned off ...