Sheraton Dreamland Hotel & Conference Center
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... tomorrow, and learning in more detail what we saw during the show tonight.
On the way back from the show, we stopped by a takeaway restaurant called Felfela to finally get some grub. Beef shawarma and falafel... not sure if it was because we hadn't eaten in hours, or if it was actually that good, but I happily devoured it. I'm still not really processing that we're actually here... looking forward to a full day tomorrow at the pyramids, and then another flight (groan) to Aswan.
... Pyramids discovered thus far, the other 4 being the stepped Pyramid and the 3 Giza Pyramids.We then visited an Egyptian carpet making school where we were able to view wool, cotton and silk weaving. Our next stop was the Giza Pyramids which was truly amazing and a dream come true for both of us. The majesty of the three Pyramids didn't disappoint as we were able to climb to the entrance of the Great Pyramid and descend deep into the tomb ...
... club in HB at Cairo and the following may be a bit of a bore but for those of you in the HB who have given us so much support and encouragement here is the story of our first 2 playing days. It was down to the Federation club by 9am for the opening and player briefing. It is about a 1/4 hr walk for me but a bit of a hike for Colleen. Then we were into the play with some of the players going to the other lawns (Gizera) about a km away.. Each venue has 3 lawns, ...
... we saw last nights bride. She looked to be moderate Muslim by her clothing. It was lovely and cool outside and we had a steward who really looked after us even asking some locals if they would move so Susan could sit down. Not necessary really. Anyway he got a tip from it. The return trip featured an Egyptian belly dancer and and whirling dervish man. The belly dancing was different to any we have seen before. She sure built up a sweat but did ...
... and trinkets to entice or harass the day's tourists with, depending on your point of view.
Our guide, Dahlia, and the driver arrived promptly at 9, and we headed off to the Coptic quarter of the city. Dahlia is very knowledgeable, but sets a cracking pace, striding off to the next thing as soon as she finishes one explanation, so we learned to tarry if we wanted to look at something more closely. We started with the Citadel ...