of us. I don't know if it was because I hadn't eaten in so long, but that falafel was delicious! I've tried several falafels here in the US since we came back, but nothing has matched the yumminess of that meal.
The next day, our last full day in Egypt, began with a visit to the Cairo Museum. I think a month would not be long enough to explore the treasures of this amazing museum, and the few hours we had certainly weren't enough. No cameras were allowed inside the museum, and there were way too many people for me to get a decent photo of the front. So I made a layout using a backside view taken from our hotel room. I also used my ticket as an embellishment on this page:
Just driving around the city provided so many interesting things to look at. (this layout is a QuickQuotes layout that I got at last August's convention... I just waited til now to share it so it wasn't way out of order)
Our hotel room had a great view. In addition to being able to see the Cairo Museum, and the site of future demonstrations, we had a wonderful view of the Nile. In the late evening, the river was filled with the red sails of feluccas, and later, there were dinner boats alight with hundreds of multi-colored lights.
Well, that's it for the Egyptian album. What's next? Wedding albums, pre-wedding albums, and the honeymoon album, of course! I just hope that I'll be able to get these albums finished a little more quickly than the last one. Only time will tell, I suppose. Til next time, I hope everyone in the US has a wonderful 4th. I'm looking forward to spending some time relaxing with my hubby, who has spent a lot of time on the road here lately. Happy crafting everybody!