Sheraton Dreamland Hotel & Conference Center
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... the front were to be sacrificed and the smell leaks through the hotel! Finally after being picked up, we sore the silhouette of the pyramids through the haze of sand and clapped out Kombi fumes. Hard to believe that in the morning, we were standing in front of the Colosseum in Rome and now we were driving towards the pyramids. 2 wonders of the world in one day. This place is truly a culture shock but we couldn't feel ...
... he misheard us saying 'market' as 'carpet'!! lol.
After this we drove for about an hour out of Cairo to 'Siqqor', another ancient site of a kings tomb and the actual building of the very first pyramid. So this was indeed the oldest manmade structures known to us today. Couldn't believe how deep the tomb was (around 40 metres down). The pyramid was not in a good state and is currently being restored, with lots ...
... They are willing to answer silly westerner questions about most anything and you truly feel you have made friends.
Our first stop was the great pyramids of Giza. There are actually 9 pyramids here. The largest is the great pyramid of Khufu (Cheops). built around 2560BC almost 5 thousand years ago! It is also the last remaining wonder of the 7 ancient wonders of the world. Beside this pyramid is the pyramid of his son Khafre or ...
... Cairo. Our train left at 10:30pm and once we were on it we got dinner and then went straight to bed. We got into the Cairo train station the next morning at about 8am. We were waiting outside the train station and ended up having the chief of the tourism police come and watch over us himself while we were waiting for our transport. It was still a little odd being escorted everywhere just because they were bored. We got to our hotel at about 9:30am and had some time to relax and ...
... the wifi is so we happily used that. Our dinner cruise was on a swish boat and it was quite full with both locals and tourists, at least one room out of the 2 dining rooms. It was a buffet so we got to try some interesting and new things. After dinner we went up on board to see Cairo at night. There were fireworks which we have found out are for weddings. Interesting as both nights our motel has hosted a wedding. The decorations have changed each ...