Pyramids Inn Motel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... next set of pictures will do a better job.
It was at the citadel that I was offered my first set of camels in exchange for my hand in marriage! Comical I know, but this was the first of many proposals to come. The man was a good humored middle aged Egyptian selling trinkets around the citadel. When he first approached,the expectation was that he would try to sell us some of his trinkets but no, instead he camels straight to me and ...
... cool guy. We found out we weren't the only ones on the tour the whole time as we'd been told, because they were combining us with the group from a longer tour for most of it, and for the whole time if we bought the upgrade which would mean we would stay on a cruise ship on the Nile for three nights. Then we found out about the local tax... This was a $190 EACH payment that we were supposed to make at the start of the tour. And this was the first we'd heard about it. ...
... for a different family member. Some buildings look like a bomb has ripped through it yet people are living in these places. The only sign that indicates life is the satellite dishes on the roof.
The roads are littered with rubbish as the government does not have the money to pay for rubbish collection. In upper class areas residents pay private contractors to remove the rubbish. ...
... that long and our accommodation was well outside immediate city limits)
Egypt was an amazing place to visit… it is by far the most jam packed tour/ adventure we have been on… and due to the political unrest, a great time to visit as there were not too many tourists around
So here is a quick blow by blow account of our time in Egypt:
Day One: We arrived two nights before ...
... good time and Mohamed parked the car on the side of the road at the base of a steep driveway. We walked up the hill and went through security to enter the Citadel grounds. It truly was in the premiere location of Cairo – it sat at the very top of a very steep hill perched above the city. The hazy views down towards the city were spectacular and stretched for miles. I had become fairly used to mosques by this stage and I immediately removed my boots ...