Swiss Inn Pyramids Golf Resort & Swiss Inn Plaza
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... to look around and buy some authentic papyrus. We did. Our guide then took us to the museum. This is just outside wheee they have riots during unrest and a burnt out building behind the museum testifies as to how serious they have been. Also since the election the military has taken over and things are a bit calmer but only because they have a serious military presence. I have never seen so many tanks all lined up in a row. Barbed wire and men with ...
... and trinkets to entice or harass the day's tourists with, depending on your point of view.
Our guide, Dahlia, and the driver arrived promptly at 9, and we headed off to the Coptic quarter of the city. Dahlia is very knowledgeable, but sets a cracking pace, striding off to the next thing as soon as she finishes one explanation, so we learned to tarry if we wanted to look at something more closely. We started with the Citadel ...
... bus to Cappadocia. Unfortunately, when we arrived Nigel discovered his bag was missing while Terrea’s was happily sitting where she left it. We both instantly felt panicked and began asking every worker, tour guide, bus driver and people around us where it could be. Many other backpackers’ luggage had been stored in the same ‘safe’ place so there was a chance it was just a mistake and someone took the wrong one. It took about 6 different Turkish men to ...
... once the touts see that you have a guide, they’ll leave you alone.
What a rip off! His man charged us 700 pounds (100$) for a horse and camel with two non-English speaking guides, one being a 13 year old kid. Not only did the guides speak no English, he had no knowledge of the pyramids! Furthermore, he fooled us into thinking the price covered entry fee into two pyramids! Had we gone on our own, we would have paid 240 (35$) – a huge ...
... 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 ...