Staybridge Suites Cairo-Citystars
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... people just stare, especially in the metro. A good number of everyday Egyptian people have greeted me with "welcome to egypt" and seem to mean it. Part of me wonders if they're nicer because everyone's been hurt by the downturn in the tourism industry. I will say that aside from the hustlers in touristy places, the everyday Egyptian shopkeeper hasn't tried to rip me off, which I find comforting. Overall, I haven't really enjoyed cairo. Traffic is ...
... is put in the tomb and it is closed up and no one can enter it again, so they had to get everything he needed for the afterlife in as quick as they could and had no time to decorate the place! Poor King Tut! But because of this, all the treasure was perfectly preserved and it was pretty much all on display at the museum, including the giant sarcophagus of wood gilded with gold, the mummy shaped sarcophaguses of wood inflated with gold, and one of pure gold, the mask of ...
... and operating 4,900 offices. They reopened in February of 2011, but with the recent 'troubles' the postal service has seen a lapse once again. I have seen the Maadi Post Office building and it was open. People were going in and out. I might have to try a little experiment...
But, at this point, you can't send me any mail. I will investigate services like UPS, DHL, and Fed Ex, all who have offices in the area. I can send a letter a month through my school and ...
... him because after overhearing him early on in my stay, I'd decided he was a bit of a ****.
On the tour: for all you hipsters thinking, "Pfft! You took a tour of the Pyramids? Loser. I could have done it independently for half the cost", by all means go try it. In fact, not only should you try it, but you should film yourself doing it and then send me the video so I can laugh at your massive failure, the time you waste arguing with people and the number of times you'll get ...
... a ride and soon become one with the horrendous Cairo traffic.
‘Welcome to Cairo’ says our driver.
It takes us close to an hour to fight through to Giza, on the east bank on the Nile. The winding back streets in Giza are a quiet retreat from the noise and dust of the rest of the city. Those lego block houses from above don’t retain much further personality and add now the relentless dust and filth from the streets in a generous coating to ...