Daytrip

Cairo

 Cairo - the modern capital of an ancient land-is magical, mystical, and mysterious. It  is itself a juxtaposition of the anachronistic and the modern.

 

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Sharm El Sheikh

 Sharm El Sheikh was a town built in 1968 near the tip of the Sinai peninsula.      Today it is a bustling city extending from the eastern shore of the inlet / port, Sharm el Maiya, north to Na'ama Bay.
 

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Hurghada

 Hurghada is one of the best known places on the Red Sea. It lies 600 kilometers south of Cairo, halfway down the Egyptian coast of the Red Sea.
 

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Aswan

 Some 320 km outside of Aswan in Nubia lies what can only be described as the truly remarkable Temple of Abu Simbel. It was carved directly out of the sandstone cliffs along the Nile and built by Ramses II.
 

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Luxor

 Luxor is by far the richest area of ancient Egyptian history. It is the modern day city on the ancient site of Thebes, the capital of the New Kingdom. Here, on the East Bank of the Nile, you will find luxur.
 

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Dahab

Dahab is a village 45 minutes north of Sharm El Sheikh on the Gulf of Aqaba. The Assala, near the center of town, is a place known for its hippy-like atmosphere.
 

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Alexandria

 Alexandria was founded by Alexander the Great in 332 BC. However, he left it before laying a single stone,The city was then founded again after Alexander's death by one of his generals, Ptolemy I Soter.
 

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