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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... was amazing. It was quite a climb to the top, but what a special place to visit. Beautifully carved out of the side of a mountain. On the way back to the MS Mayfair we visited the Colossi of Memnon.
Lunch was served as we cruised along the Nile to Edfu. Afternoon on the sundeck enjoying the sites of water buffalo, men fishing as they did in ancient times, mud brick houses, Egyptians with donkey carts loaded with various goods and ...
... 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 ...
... wine and smoking shish-a. We decided to take it easy for the rest of the day. We bought a private tour package for the pyramids for the next day and then went home for a nap.
“GRAND CAFÉ ON THE NILE” The “Corniche” is the main strip of highway that runs parallel to the Nile river from downtown Cairo to Ma'adi, the expat infested area in Cairo.the corniche houses most embassies and missions in the city, as well as banks, hotel ...
... us on camel and horse tours). After getting our tickets and going through security, a guide latched on to us. I kept telling him no, and started to walk off, but my companion was engaging him in conversation. And I'll admit, this is one of those times where traveling with someone else, and talking to the guide, paid off. He was actually extremely knowledgeable (knew a lot more than the normal faux guide recitation of guidebook information) and kept the touts at bay so we didn't ...
... to sell us camel rides, a photo with them or a photo to the entrance of the pyramid. All of these things would have cost us extra money, so we declined.
Originally the top stone of the pyramids were made of gold. The two largest pyramids have decreased in size by 20% due to erosion.
We purchased tickets to explore the interior of the second pyramid. We were not able to take our cameras in, but there were no drawings to take photos of. There was ...