Hilton Pyramids Golf Resort
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... was amazing!!! Today, we are having breakfast at the hotel. A beautiful buffet breakfast with eggs and sausage. The view from breakfast was exactly what you would picture!!! After breakfast we headed to the pool and layer in the sun! The pool is massive and they start serving drinks at 11. You can still wear swimwear at the pool, there was no issues. Beers at the pool started at $60EGP ($12Aus) but ...
We checked out of our hotel in Giza and headed off to Cairo city with our tour guide to visit the Cairo Museum. The museum contains, amongst many ancient artefacts the full contents of Tutankhamen's Tomb. In 1922 Howard Carter, a British Egyptologist discovered the hidden treasures. Raiders had removed the contents of the pseudo treasure unaware that Tutankhamen's engineer had secreted the bulk of the treasure and Tutankhamen's mummified body in a ...
... was a scam. Soon, I chanced upon yet another man. He asks me if I like the museum and tells me he works there and he's in charge of the animal mummy room. We have tea and have the best conversation I've had with an Egyptian so far here. We talk about Egyptology, his children, etc... He gives me his name and tells me to go to the Egyptian museum at 330pm the next day to find him and he'll get me a free entrance and 10min of his time. Overall I sensed no ...
... had a turn on the camel and got a bunch of photos, we made our way back through the throngs of sellers to the van and got back in. We drove back down until we were right next to the second pyramid. You really can't imagine how insanely huge they are until you're standing right next to them! We walked along the path next to the pyramid followed by a bunch of guys trying to sell stuff, and another bunch of Egyptian tourists, who wanted to get photos with us all. ...
... Cairo after 12 midnight. I woke up from my sleep to an amazement of sights and sounds - cars careening by, the city was alive but dying, choking from its own dust and dirt. Gloomy apartment buildings that looked like they survived a war lined the highway. There was trash everywhere, even human excrement, a little girl sitting on the side of the highway stacking packets of tissue mindless of her surroundings, vendors selling sunglasses, hats, cigarettes. ...