Monthly Archives: June 2011

Hotels-Suite deals and free breakfast make a great value!

I’ve spent a LOT of time booking hotels in my life–too much time–because I agonize over finding just the right hotel with just the right amenities for just the right price. And I want all those things for a screamin’ … Continue reading

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The Citadel & Pyramids at Giza

First stop this morning is at The Citadel, the castle and mosque of Muhammad Ali (the original–NOT the American boxer!).   His tomb is located within the mosque.  It is on a hill, high above the city of Cairo, where … Continue reading

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Cairo – Old World Mixed with New

We hit the ground running, bright and early on our first full day in Egypt, although we have spent the previous 36+ hours traveling without much sleep. We learn quickly that sleep has a low priority on this jam-packed adventure, … Continue reading

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LDS Study Tour to Israel/Egypt Was Calling My Name

The urge to travel and see the world has been embedded in my soul for as long as I can remember. As a child I did not have many opportunities to travel, but I am finding opportunities as an adult … Continue reading

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