Swiss Inn Nile Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSwiss Inn Nile Hotel Giza
A local friend made the reservation for me. It was fine as far as service and cleanliness. I just would've prefered staying in different location. It is really in middle of nowhere.
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The one place on my itinerary that concerned me in the slightest was Egypt. I was determined to see the pyramids on this round the world trip even against everyone's warnings. But not stupid I have been keeping a very close watch on the civil unrest and was pleased to see that things had calmed down substantially since the revolution in January. …
... in the room that didn't tear up. Just watching the actual connection of the child to its mother was so amazing. Now I understand why my mom looks at me in that strange way she does if I ask her if she really loves me The transformation of the growing egg, and how it became a lizard-like thing that developed arms, and eyes, toes, fingers, hair, teeth, nostrils etc. It was just breath ...
... number, when I get confused at our rapport and am glad to be beckoned over by Seif.
He points out to me a table of serious-looking men smoking on the table next to the bride and groom's. 'See that guy?' He points to one particular wiry older man, 'That's General Tantawi. He's the field marshal who was de facto head of state after the revolution last year: basically he ran the country after Mubarak went'. Yet again, my jaw drops. 'Those are all his body guards.' ...
... this church were:
13 columns around the pulpit that represented Jesus and the apostles. One black column represented Judas and one gray one represented Doubting Thomas.
An icon of the virgin Mary, Jesus and John the Baptist. It was unqiue because John the Baptist was depicted as a man and Jesus as a child, they should be the same age.
We walked to the Coptic Museum, but we were not able to take photos. It holds the largest amount of Egyptian ...
... who couldn't get past a road closure on way back from Abu Simbel – two warring farming families (one guy shot but not fatally). Trip itself was very relaxing, watching glimpses the river, nearby fields of wheat, mango trees, all sorts of veges, interspersed with villages and canal/tributaries that look increasingly like rubbish dumps near towns (incl dead cows floating past).
Meantime back in ...