Sheraton Dreamland Hotel & Conference Center
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Today we started off by visiting the Great Pyramid and Sphinx. The morning started of with some mist which did not make photographing easy but it soon burnt off to clear blue skies. The Sphinx was special. It hard to believe we could see the Pyramids from our hotel and some of the photos show the city in the background. There were no crowds because tourists have not returned after the 2 Revolutions against the respective governments. Our guide Mayar, went ...
... at buildings travelling down the highway the next minute there is two Pyramids beside us. We went up to the plateau to see all three big Pyramids and the six small ones, the Desert and the quarry. We then visited the Sphinx it is huge, it was a lot longer than I imagined, we also visited the temple. Next a visit to the Papyrus museum, then the Egyptian Museum to see Tuttenkamen and a real ...
... deal with them. And other than getting rained on for the next several hours with strong wind gusts across the Giza plateau, it was a great morning. The pyramids don't disappoint, though the sphinx was smaller than I was expecting. And for a little backsheesh you can even climb the smaller of the three pyramids. For anyone wanting to go inside, first you obviously need to pay, and it's just a long stone tunnel. There's no paintings or hieroglyphs and everything has been removed ...
... the pyramids. What a strange juxtaposition! Pizza Hut and KFC in a town where donkeys and horses scrounge for food in trash cans. The animals we rode have open sores and lesions on their bodies from metal bits and harnesses. Jackson was clearly not a happy camel. The horses, although only 2 and 4 years old, looked beat down already. I’m sorry to the animals for not having the courage to turn down a pushy salesman. I hold fast to my resolve never to make any beast bear my ...
... of a bench above tombs, this was the inspiration for later pyramids).
Off in the distance we could see the Bent Pyramid and the Red Pyramid.
We entered the Funerary Temple with Omar. The 40 columns inside resemble a bundle of papyrus or palm are still largely intact, but the stone roof has been destroyed.
We were supposed to go and explore for 30 minutes on our own, but we must have been gone much longer than that. The tombs of ...