Hilton Pyramids Golf Resort
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... and are simply tunnels into unadorned rooms. We then took a 40 minute ride around the pyramids on camel and from the back could see the 6 smaller pyramids, 3 behind Khafra's and 3 behind Menkaure's. These pyramids belong to Mother, wife and daughter of Khufu and Menkaure's the main pyramid owners.
The construction is amazing! Stone of granite, limestone and basalt weighing between 2 and 4 ton each! Some of these blocks were ...
... world and Santiago turned into the wind.
The next day, Santiago and the alchemist were heading again to the pyramids.They stopped at a Coptic monastery towards the end of the day, an arab let them in and in the kitchen, the alchemist mixed some ingredients in a pot, including a strange he had. The Arab and Santiago looked in the pot and it was solid gold. "Will I be able to do that?" Santiago asked "It was my personal legend" said ...
... at this top end of society – something of set routine. A pristinely turned out man stands over the cutting of the cake, handing bride and groom the fork with which to feed each other a clinically cut (uh! not too much!) piece from, as at the last wedding, and at the one before that. I hadn't noticed this figure before, but now I start to see everywhere the mechanics of impersonal wedding planning. It must be a set-price menu. If you have this much money; you ...
... got some quick Egyptian food - the falafel was amazing - before sleeping for a couple hours. In the evening we went for some more Egyptian food which was delicious - lamb and okra tangine with pita to dip in was amazing. I should have taken pictures of my food too! We then saw the pyramid light show around 9pm which was nice. They light up all of the pyramids and give you a story of all the pharaohs. We also found out we could climb the ...
... statuettes that seemed unique to us such as a mongoose or ichneumon, a crocodile body with a falcon head.
We also saw some images of Bes who may be the interesting character that we saw a Philae Temple. Bill found an interesting article about him: http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/201306 19-how-the-devil-got-his-looks
We also roamed through rooms that had papyrus, ostraca - practice drawings or plans ...