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Sandy and Egypt's
former Minister of Tourism
AHMED EL MAGHRAB
in Berlin Germany 2005
    

Saturday morning Oct 28, 2006 on KUSI
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Sandy Dhuyvetter presents Cairo, the jewel of the Orient - Egypt
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Sandy inside of a pyramid in Cairo, September 2006
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     All roads lead to Cairo in Egypt.

          All roads lead to Cairo in Egypt. No matter where you want go you will most likely arrive and leave through Cairo.

          Cairo is known as the Jewel of the Orient, the City of the Thousand Minarets, and the Melting Pot of Ancient and Modern Egyptian Civilizations.

          Also known as the cradle of civilization and the beacon of religion. It is the largest city in the Middle East and Africa and lies at the centre of all routes leading to, and and from the three continents: Asia, Africa and Europe.


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     A must is the Cairo Museum

  • Built in 1902 and housing over 120,000 objects from prehistoric times to Greco-Roman era.

  • The building was as much a part of the museum, as any of the objects.

  • With special permission, we were given the rights to use all our photo equipment in the museum.

  • All of King Tot's possessions are displayed here Wow what a teenager!
    He had a ton of things!


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   The pyramids are situated close
    to Cairo within 45 minutes

  • Named as one of the Seven Wonders of the World in the 2nd century BC.  

  • You would imagine them in the middle of the desert, however American fast food is across the street! UCK!

  • The pyramids have a very interesting texture, partly because for many years locals would come to get the outshell to use for their own homes. Very interesting when you see this.

  • Sphinx is very close and there is major construction and rebuilding of the areas making

  • Wonderfully assessable


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Sandy inside of the pyramids in Cairo, September 2006
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   Valley of the Kings

  • The Valley of the Kings also had tombs for the favorite nobles and the wives and children of both the nobles and pharaohs

  • Tombs are numbered in order of finding.

  • So far 63 tombs have been found.

  • Tutankhamen found in 1922
    Though small and unimpressive, King Tot's tomb is probably the most famous.


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ELHAMY ELZAYAT, Chairman
and CEO of Emeco Travel

joins Sandy Sept 17, 2006
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Sunday Sept 17, 2006
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join Sandy as she connects
you to the experts in
traveling in Egypt.

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Meet Ulrich Huth,
General Manager of the Marriott
in Cairo on the Nile River.
Born in Germany, his love
for Egypt brought he and
his family to Cairo.
This Marriott is the largest
hotel in the Middle East.
Join Sandy Sept 10, 2006 and
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 TravelTalkRADIO
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September 10, 2006!
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Sandy and the TravelTalkRADIO
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2006 Mediterranean Travel Fair
September 5 - 7 in Cairo. Listen
to the archives of our live broadcast, Sunday, Sept 10 and discover some
of the world's most significant and
ancient monuments and  the great
Egyptian civilization.
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