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Cairo, Egypt – The Pyramids Inside and Out: Photo Gallery
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Cairo, Egypt – The Pyramids Inside and Out: Photo Gallery

We visited Cairo, Egypt for the first time in January 2015. We stayed in a town just outside of Cairo called Nazlet a-Sammam where we were able to see the Pyramids from the window of our vacation rental. During our week long trip, we saw the Pyramids both from afar in the desert after a camel ride, and also from the inside.Related Posts:Egypt Tourism: Sandstorm at the Pyramids in Egypt ...
Places to Visit in Egypt: The Pyramids (View from Nazlet A-Sammam Apartment)
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Places to Visit in Egypt: The Pyramids (View from Nazlet A-Sammam Apartment)

On our 2014 visit to Egypt we stayed in the tiny village of Nazlet a-Sammam. The town overlooks the Pyramids of Giza and offers plentiful opportunities to go camel riding or horse riding. Nazlet a-Sammam is the perfect place to stay for tourists wanting to be close to the Pyramids.Related Posts:Egypt Tourism: Call to Prayer in Egypt Overlooking the Pyramids (video)Egypt Tourism: Sandstorm at the ...
Lydi’s Excited about the View of the Pyramids
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Lydi’s Excited about the View of the Pyramids

In 2014 we stayed in an apartment in Nazlet a-Sammam, Egypt that overlooked the Pyramids of Giza. In this video, Lydian expresses her excitement at having a view of the Pyramids.Related Posts:Egypt Tourism: Sandstorm at the Pyramids in Egypt (video)Egypt Tourism: Inside the Pyramids (video)Egypt Tourism: Call to Prayer in Egypt Overlooking the Pyramids (video)Places to Visit in Egypt: ...
Egypt Tourism: Inside the Pyramids
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Egypt Tourism: Inside the Pyramids

During our 2014 visit to Egypt, we were able to go inside two of the Pyramids of Giza. In order to preserve the Egyptian pyramids, only 200-300 visitors are allowed to go inside the pyramids per day. And, visitors are only allowed to go inside of two, since restoration projects are ongoing and run on a cycle. Since there were so few tourists in Cairo when we visited the Pyramids, we were lucky enough to go ...
Egypt Tourism: In the Desert after the Camel Ride Part II
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Egypt Tourism: In the Desert after the Camel Ride Part II

After going camel riding into the desert from Nazlet a-Sammam, we ended up at a campsite overlooking the Pyramids of Giza.Related Posts:Egypt Tourism: Camel Ride to the Pyramids (video)Egypt Tourism: Lydian on a Camel at the Pyramids (video)Egypt Tourism: In the Desert after the Camel Ride (video) ...
Egypt Tourism: In the Desert after the Camel Ride
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Egypt Tourism: In the Desert after the Camel Ride

After our camel ride into the desert, we finally arrived at a campsite where we'd sit for a while as the camels rested and got a snack. The camel ride we went on was at sunset, so the desert was glowing in golden light and the pyramids could be seen clearly on the horizon. There were some sand-colored kitties milling around and rugs carefully placed on top of the sand to create a cozy sort of environment ...
Egypt Tourism: Lydian on a Camel at the Pyramids
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Egypt Tourism: Lydian on a Camel at the Pyramids

When we visited Egypt for the first time in 2014, we went camel riding into the desert to see the Pyramids of Giza from afar.Related Posts:Egypt Tourism: In the Desert after the Camel Ride (video)Egypt Tourism: In the Desert after the Camel Ride Part II (video)Egypt Tourism: Camel Ride to the Pyramids (video) ...
Egypt Tourism: Camel Ride to the Pyramids
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Egypt Tourism: Camel Ride to the Pyramids

On our first visit to Egypt in 2014 we stayed in Nazlet a-Sammam, a village right beside the Pyramids of Giza. While we were staying there, we discussed the possibility of going camel riding into the desert, but ruled out the possibility when we looked into in further noting that there might be some iffiness involved. But, one day when we were walking to get bottled water at a little store right next to our ...
Amazing Egypt — By Jennifer Shipp
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Amazing Egypt — By Jennifer Shipp

Today is Friday, a holy day in Cairo. It's Worship Time and loud and horribly distorted Arabic sermons are ringing out across the city. I’ve situated the table on our balcony to face the pyramids. There is nothing but sand between me and them and though I’ve seen the pyramids from all directions and stared at them for hours already, I’m still not tired of looking at them.

We arrived later ...
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