Sheraton Dreamland Hotel & Conference Center
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... The size of the statutes are over powering, which was the obvious intention. It was quite warm, but worth the discomfort.
Luxor temple was smaller, but none-the-less beautiful and grand and right across from the boat.
Returned to the boat for Tea Time. An array of special treats and tea was served on the sun deck. Time to sit, relax and really take in all the wonderful things you had seen. Dinner was served at 6:00pm and there was ...
... 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 ...
... condition. The highlight, of course, was the Tutankhamun room, with the famous burial mask and mummy found inside the 3 shrines that fit together 'russian doll' style, the gilded bier (bed), thrones and lots more. Sorry, but you weren't allowed to take photos so I can't really show you, but it was just as good as the pictures make out.
Needing a break, our guide bought us lunch of our choosing, falafel for Greg and koshari for ...
... of seeing all Egypt has to offer. We booked some flights and a tour with a good company and off we went. Now Egypt is still on the "essential travel only" list and there is still tension within the government but we thought it would be ok, especially with a big travel company...
We arrived in Cairo late Sunday night after an awesome British airways flight. It was like an international one for five hours! Great seats, spare seat beside us, good food ...
... came at us from all directions with water, soda, and souvenirs. Luckily for me, in a land where women are invisible, Philip received most of the assault.
Genuine friendliness was rare, though I do recall a security guard at the mobile phone shop who said we could use the wifi signal despite the shop being closed.
Though Egyptian hospitality was a disappointment, so too was the food. I’ll admit I’m picky though I eat an assortment ...