Sofitel Cairo Maadi Towers
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- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Pretty much the main reason why I came to Cairo was the giza pyramid, one of the wonders of the world. What seems like a steal at 15£, hiring my own private driver for the day meant I could see 3 of the main attractions Cairo had to offer. First stop was Sakarra which has the oldest pyramid in existence, followed by Memphis museum and the main attraction, giza. Looking like a local only got ...
... He asked if I had a bike, I said I have one coming, he said I have a bike, I have a big Cannondale! and there was 3 guys bringing my bike, I was so relieved and excited! Mozart got a big hug. The honeymooners and I helped get our luggage, and some others and off we were. Had to wait for the driver, as the plane was early. but it was a mild night, and Mozart explained the airport was quite as the president was flying out in a few hours, he pointed out ...
... the surprisingly refreshing swelter of the day.
The last pyramid in the set is the smallest and most unfortunate, originally to be covered in an impressive face of red granite apparently funds ran out and it was left unfinished however some of the original granite does remain.Our view of the last pyramid was the cliché but very popular plateau from which you get to see all three in line. This provided ample opportunity for additions to the photo album.Last stop on the ...
... road etiquette between the big trucks, cars and donkeys-and-carts moving about.
The pyramids lived up to the hype, though when you're there, you keep wondering what their true state was, since they've been plundered over the years. Nonetheless, they were masterful icons of a history that saw the Egyptians as innovators of building technology and strict followers of their religious beliefs that feel so disassociated with the world we live in today.
... his family. And he even offered the spare room if we wanted to leave our hostel or come back to Cairo. Sometimes you get lucky. Around Cairo the military has a pretty heavy presence. All the roads leading into Tahrir Square have armored personnel carriers with machine guns, government buildings, some banks (even the museum) also have a military presence and barb wire. There's not much doubt about whose in charge. From Cairo I wanted to head to Aswan (in the south) and work my ...