Staybridge Suites Cairo-Citystars
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... limestone. It must have looked so beautiful when it's entire structure was smooth and gleaming.
Back on the bus and we headed down to see the Sphinx. Unlike the pyramids, it's much smaller that I had thought. We initially walked through the mummification room where Sherif faves us an explanation using Joseph as his Mummy! From there we walked up to a vantage point to see the Sphinx. Sherif explained it as a garden monument for the Pyramids. It's quite cool but certainly ...
... ago, suggesting they might be a good idea for people to bring as a bugger to do at borders. Suddenly sat eating tonight realised I hadn't seen mine since I got here - so spent a good hour or more going through all my stuff two or more times, looking for where I'd squirrelled them for safe keeping. No Joy, so thought more rude words another difficult thing to work out tomorrow - getting passport photos done. Then suddenly realised I hadn't looked in the safe box in the ...
... The final of the Championship between Jenny Clarke and Judith Hanekom from South Africa began at 2pm and finished 5 hours later. It was the best of 5 games and was 2 all after 4 hours. It was neck and neck all the way to the 10th hoop and then Jenny put Judith through the 11th hoop which meant that Judith was first to the next hoop and she put her ball through. They both played amazing croquet and the NZers were proud of ...
... Now, I've been to Thailand before and been asked by the same man 8 times a day, as I come and go from my hotel, if I would like to buy a suit but this does not compare to the Egyptian way. I'm not sure if they've always been this way, or if they have become more desperate to make a sale in the last 3 years with the decline in tourism since the revolution in 2011, but their pushiness was pretty hard to tolerate by the end of our stay! I'd had quite a few emails ...
... and moving towards the last - Saqqara, Dashur and then the notorious Giza Pyramids & Sphinx. It was interesting moving throughout the city. While Cairo is a big city with almost 8m people, it is not a tall city, but one that is spread out. The majority of the buildings are made from clay bricks with very few windows, making the whole city feel very stuffy and given its in the desert, everything is covered in sand. Traffic is a nightmare with ...