Egypt Air - Non-stop Tickets to Egypt
2011 MisrTravel Agent's Rates to Egypt including (Tax, Fuel), for a Round Trip NY/Cairo nonstop ticket on Egypt Air. Mr. Hesham Elkady (800) 223-4978, (212) 332-2600 Web: www.MisrTravel.org Elkady's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Egypt Air Flight Time (Summer and Winter the same time):
Egypt Air fly every day JFK(NY)/Cairo. Egypt Air Leave NY 6:30 PM, and Arriving Cairo 12:25 AM the second day.
Leave Cairo 10:20 AM, and Arriving NY 3:25 PM the same day.
Bradly, CT to Cairo, Egypt: www.bookingbuddy.com See Delta, KLM, & Alitalia
Egypt Consulate in New York www.egyptnyc.net
1110 2nd Ave Suit 201, NY 10022.
Tel (212) 759-7120, 21, 22, to speak with someone Ex:10 (9-2). Email: email@example.com
For the first time visitors to Egypt, an escorted tour with a cruise down the Nile River is the best way. Tours are the best way to see Egyptís highlights, including major cities and attractions. Youíll also have an experienced guide who speaks English and Arabic, who will keep you entertained and informed. Tours are extremely cost-effective since the price of transportation, hotels, scheduled air, tour directors, and meals usually are built into the price.
Plan your activities before you arrive so that you donít miss any highlights. Schedule at least three days in Cairo, Egyptís capital and Africaís largest city. Start with the Egyptian Museum, which houses more than 120,000 artifacts, including mummies, ancient monuments, pottery, sarcophagi and objects that once belonged to King Tutankhamen, known as King Tut.
In Cairo, you take a taxi or bus to the great pyramid of Giza is the last remaining Seven Wonders of the Ancient Word. Then, you can walk, take a horse and a buggy ride or ride a camel. The Great Sphinx has a nightly sound and light show about 1 1/2 hours.
To see the Step Pyramid, the First Pyramid ever built, you will need to travel to Saqqara by bus or taxi.
Egyptian Cuisine is dominated by heavily spiced Lamb and chicken, often in the form of shish kabobs and served with pita bread and tahini. Many vegetarian options also are staples in everyday cuisine, including falafel, pitas with hummus or babaganoush, chopped tomato salad, chick peas or fava beans and rice. Tea is the drink of the choice for many Egyptians who avoid alcohol for religious reasons. Beer and wine are available to tourists.
Yes, a passport (expiration date is at least 6 months from the date of leaving Egypt) and a Visa are required for United States citizens.
It is a good idea to make sure your tetanus shot is up to date.
Some Free customs for Egyptians who works outside Egypt in Arabic.
Round Trip Bus Tickets in March 27, 2009:
1) Round Trip Tickets from Hartford, CT or Farmington, CT, to NY City $46.
2) Round Trip Tickets, must be from Hartford, CT to Atlantic City, NJ "Casino Fair" ticket $48.
3) You have to buy the ticket 3 days in advance.
4) You do not have to gamble to get the tickets and get Casino cash back between $12 to $20.
5) Hilton Hotel in March 27, and 28, 2009 (2 nights cost about $140 including Taxs.)
Q & A on Dual US/other citizenship FAQ.