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Tag Archives: Egypt
On the final day of our wonderful visit to Egypt, we were treated to an amazing dinner at the Fairmont Heliopolis & Towers in Cairo. The Fairmont Heliopolis & Towers is located just minutes from the Cairo International Airport, which … Continue reading
Located on the banks of the famed Nile River, the Fairmont Nile City is one of the most beautiful properties you will have the pleasure of visiting. Class and elegance is what comes to mind as soon as you enter … Continue reading
I had the chance to spend a bit of time in the city of Hurghada while visiting Egypt. All I can say is Wow! Hurghada is one of the main tourist centers and the third largest city in Egypt. It … Continue reading
YES, it is safe to travel to Egypt! I honestly have never felt safer than when I was in Egypt. They take safety and security very seriously. Be A Smart Traveler; Your Responsibilities It is no more dangerous to visit … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of sailing the Nile from Aswan to Kom Ombo then on to Luxor on the Sonesta Star Goddess. Enjoy taking a cruise, relaxing on board as you travel on the water, only stopping at ports where … Continue reading