Hilton Pyramids Golf Resort
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... in these very glass cabinets.
I recommend the museum totally, just do yourself a favour and ignore everything that anyone on the outside tells you. As part of a firm but polite refusal strategy I've started making excuses about having meetings that I have to get to, such as "I'm meeting my friend there" or "I have to hurry because my friend is waiting for me at the hotel." Notice I say 'hotel', not 'hostel'. Never give away where you're staying. Once back outside the museum a ...
... others. But for Alex this Mosque was to become very close to his heart. He entered and except of the beautiful interior and mystic atmosphere, he noticed a group of young men talking and laughing in a lively manner. He gazed at them in surprise and curiosity - he has never seen such bold and noisy behavior in a Muslim temple.What are they? As if hearing his question, the men wave at him to come closer. He did not expect it, but talking to locals was ...
... in and around Luxor where we watched teams of archaeologists and workers busy with the enormous task of unearthing tombs and temples.
Seeing these amazing treasures for ourselves was more meaningful now that we have been to some of the places where they came from. The craftsmanship of these items makes me wonder how many people at the time (3000 years ago) must have dedicated their lives to making sure the ...
... the crusaders, and to build it they dismantled 30 pyramids and reused the blocks. Isn’t that crazy? Between Israel and Egypt, we’ve seen lots of evidence showing one civilization destroying another, leveling their community, then rebuilding on top of the ruins. It doesn’t make any sense to me, but who am I to try and figure it out!? There are several mosques within the citadel, including the mosque of Sultan Nasir Mohammad ibn ...
... the history of the Pharos that built them. While not particularly interesting and in fact a little dated and dry, the show was worth braving the cold simply to see the pyramids lit up at night. I took a few photos which turned out ok but the camera still didn't do the effects justice. The show went for about an hour and I nearly ran back to the van where both the driver and rep from the company were waiting inside with the heater running. Back at the hotel about 45 ...