Sonesta Hotel, Tower & Casino Cairo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... out. The guide isn’t at all in favor, and counsels us against it, but we are insistent and walk a little ways up the street towards the square for photos. The guards immediately come and start hassling our guide.
Guard: Why did allow those guys to go there? What is wrong with you? Can’t you control your group?
Guide: You try to control these guys! I told them it wasn’t safe.
... away and since then he is seeing someone now. I've grown so much. I would have immediately responded to that. I would have pled my case and tried to justify my actions. I would have probably made myself sound desperate as I asked him again if we could talk. Instead I read it a couple of times. I chatted with Mandi about it. I wrote him a response that I will never send him, then I filed the email away. I will not respond. I am hurt. He is still so angry. We would never be ...
... calls to bus companies and shuttles to realize that another Canadian guy had taken Nigel’s bag by mistake and it was now headed 6 hours in the wrong direction. Long story short, we figured out a way for them to put Nigel's bag on a bus in Izmir, that bus was then headed towards us and we would get on that bus for Cappadocia. Was this really going to work??? We were extremely skeptical about this actually working but we had no choice but to trust them. Sure enough, a few ...
... br> the walk over. The décor is almost identical and the room has a
beautiful balcony overlooking a side street, but not with quite as
much city charm as our first room. Moments before we kick off our
shoes and settle in, Madelein calls to say the water is back on. We
head back in a flash, escorted back by our guide who hadn't yet left.
On return we place an order for beers, and settle in to the room
again before tucking in to giant pancakes and ...
... There are many, many Egyptian workers in the building who's purpose is to help us out. We are all treated as equals and are all important to the school. I was told there was an agreement that for every foreign worker, the school must hire two local workers. This is AWESOME because the building is super clean all the time, there are people who deliver supplies to our rooms, make copies for us, deliver the copies, help when we have a question or a problem. ...