Sheraton Dreamland Hotel & Conference Center
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... was amazing!!! Today, we are having breakfast at the hotel. A beautiful buffet breakfast with eggs and sausage. The view from breakfast was exactly what you would picture!!! After breakfast we headed to the pool and layer in the sun! The pool is massive and they start serving drinks at 11. You can still wear swimwear at the pool, there was no issues. Beers at the pool started at $60EGP ($12Aus) but ...
... was put into his tomb. Even a lot of his toys, his first tiny chair from when he was a child. Soooo many artefacts, even chariots! It was great to see the photos of the discovery in 1922 when they dug it out, first opening it up. They began digging here as they saw the sign to his tomb in the valley of the kings but realised he had never been found? Doesn't sound like such a big deal but when you actually see it and realise these things are around 4500yrs old ...
... to visit the very first Pyramid (stepped) constructed and a number of tombs, two of which we were lucky to enter. We felt a real sense of history as we walked amongst limestone, granite and mudstone structures which are more than 4,600 years old. The stone carving inside the tombs were exquisite with some still retaining their colour. Our tour guide also pointed out two other large Pyramids about 10 km away which are 2 of the 6 most famous of ...
... had a great time with this. It really was a fun excursion.
Earlier that morning there was an optional Hot Air Balloon ride that many of our group took and really enjoyed. We chose not to go. It was very early and heights are not our thing. Lunch on board and cruising down the Nile toward Kom Ombo. Once onshore on Kom Ombo we visited the Temple of Sobek, the crocodile god and Horus. Everything is duplicated and symmetrical and each god ...
... one filthy city with rubbish and sand piled up everywhere. But we did not feel as unsafe as we did in Naples. We were greeted by lots of children asking what is your name and saying welcome to Egypt. They must be told to say that. Generally the people are very friendly and although some have the ulterior motive of getting cash out of us, most a gracious when you say no and wish you a good day or stay. We saw the housing and little shops all with ...