I'm in a wheel chair. With what little money I have before I have to go into the "home", I'd love to see the Pyramids, Egypt. I've been getting two different versions of a visit. One-it's great. The other-it's dangerous. Has anyone been recently?
We went in 2000 on an Insights tour. It was after the troubles with the Muslim Brotherhood and before the more recent instability.
We were very well looked after and only felt unsafe when trying to cross the road.
There is a lot more to see beside the pyramids but in a wheel chair it would be difficult to access most of it.
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