Swiss Inn Nile Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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. …
... off and they only play a 13 point game). She has won three of the four games she played today...didn't finish until about 7.30 tonight. She was on fire in her last game against an Aussie running hoops from all over the place. Jayne is still playing her third game. She has won one and lost one so far. Colleen and I have come back to the hotel for a beer, wine and dinner!! ...
... we got hassled to buy things, but it wasn't as bad as at some of the tourist sights, and the people were really friendly, even if we didn't buy anything. We were looking for a sticker and a bag, but found neither. At one stage we went to keep walking straight as George had told us, but the policemen said no and led us down another street, which was a bit strange, and not very market-ey or busy. There were guys with guns on the streets, who were probably policemen, but we ...
... essential gave us an overview of the Pharaonic History without going into detail about specific Pharaohs. As more discoveries were made, they had to name the early Dynasties "Zero" and then "Zero Zero". The lesson was all a very good distraction to the chaotic traffic that we were submersed in.
We arrived at the Giza plateau first. The largest pyramid of the three pyramids is the only Ancient Wonder of the World that still exists today. Omar warned us to not ...
... when I ask Beth if she can see the top. She says “yes”. Regardless, the air is hot and stale and I call a halt to my ascent. Beth agrees enough is enough. We move to our left to allow those behind us to pass. At once, I realize just how narrow the passage really is.
If there had been a steady stream of people descending as we ascended, our tiny space would have been reduced by half. As we were already near claustrophobia, I have no regrets ...