The guide described by The New York Times as AcanAindispensable, Acan revised and updated for 2008, fills a vital niche for expatriates and Cairenes alike who need a helping hand to organize-and enjoyAcanathe challenges of a sojourn in Cairo. The basics of daily lifeAcanafinding a flat, transporting personal goods, investigating school options for children, navigating EgyptAcanacs famous bureaucracy, and the intricacies of feeding and clothing oneself and oneAcanacs family from the local marketAcanaare all detailed here. Advice gathered from a wide range of Cairo insiders, both native and foreign, gives the reader a cornucopia of current facts on prices, neighborhoods, product availability, work and business opportunities, and the dizzying range of cultural and leisure pursuits that Cairo is famous for. The format of this edition addresses the needs of independently minded tourists, as well as residents, by the inclusion of: an A-to-Z directory of goods, services, and interests subdivided by neighborhood; a language section on the basics of Cairene Arabic; and details on shopping and sightseeing from a residentAcanacs perspective. Cairo: The Practical Guide, now in its sixteenth edition, is the key to deciphering the complexities of living, working, and enjoying life in one of the worldAcanacs most exciting and dauntingly complex mega-cities.The Practical Guide Claire E. Francy Lesley Lababidi ... Most of Egypta#39;s substantial and influential Jewish community left the country (along with large numbers of Italians, Greeks, and Maltese) in ... The total Jewish population of Egypt today numbers a few dozen. ... Anwar Sadata#39;s a#39;Open- Door Policya#39; was introduced in 1974, Egypt has been shifting slowly from a public to a private sector-driven economy.
|Author||:||Claire E. Francy|
|Publisher||:||American Univ in Cairo Press - 2008-06-01|