Staybridge Suites Cairo-Citystars
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... jewelry, chairs, beds, sarcophagi, jars and most famously, King Tut’s death mask. Although not particularly important historically, King Tut is significant because his tomb was one of the very few to escape plundering by fortune hunters, and provides a window into Pharonic life, and death.
The other highlight of this museum was the mummy room. There, we were able to gawk at thousands of years old ancient Egyptians ...
... plane from Heathrow and arrived at the hotel when we left for the visit to the Pyramids so grabbed a carrier bag to carry his stuff in - looked like he was already getting into the next bit of his life as someone of no fixed abode.
Andy Schneck from Houston, Texas. Ex military/Air Force. Haven't had a chance of much more detail than this at the moment. Lived all over the place as his dad was in the military - 10 different places in total were home as a ...
... us around and keep us safe. We came through heavy rain this morning just like a tropical rainstorm and have been told to expect that while we are here. Yesterday while at the pyramids we had Cairo's annual rainfall... All of the ten drops they get!! Alexandria's skyline boasts the fires out of pipes which indicate their gas resources and petrol is 3 Egyptian pounds a litre equivalent to about 60 NZ cents!! Wish you were all ...
... Hieroglyphic, Ancient Greek and Demotic. It dated to 196 B.C It was deciphered in 1822. Egypt was divided into two parts around 5000 B.C. Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt. Looking at a map you would think that the Upper Egypt would be at the top of Africa but actually Lower Egypt is at the top of Africa, this was due to the fact that the Nile river flows from South to North. Each part was run separately by a different Pharaoh. It wasn't until 3100 ...
Visiting Egypt, home of the pyramids and many other ancient wonders of the world, has been a lifelong dream of mine. So when the opportunity for a trip of a lifetime recently presented itself, I jumped on it without hesitation. Despite the admonitions from friends wand family members who have been following the western news and who've subsequently accumulated a lot of reservations about visiting this country. So, having been there and now being able to give a firsthand account, this ...