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Dream Trip Desk

Ronald Judkins and Mary Rasphoumy
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Cairo, Egypt Information
Home
Sprint LTE 10:49 AM 39%
Mary Rasphoumy
@MRasphoumy
VIDEO: About to land in Galeao International Airport. Rio de Janiero HERE WE COME! Can't wait to get to the beach.
Mary Rasphoumy
@MRasphoumy
OMG How is it this hot in Cairo at 5 in the morning?! Currently boarding a 17 hour flight... next stop Rio de Janiero.
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Dream Trip Itinerary!
Asia: Forbidden City, Beijing, China
Europe: Versailles/Paris, France
Africa: Cairo, Egypt
South America: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
North America: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Packing List:
Toothbrush
Hairbrush
Tennis shoes
Passports
Shampoo
Conditioner
Soap
Jacket
Camera
Charger
Bathing suit
Sunscreen
Sunglasses
RONALD JUDKINS
MARY RASPHOUMY
Cairo
Current Events
Climate
History
16 Saray El Gezira, Zamalek, Zamalek, Cairo Governorate 11211, Egypt
+20 2 27283000

Cairo Marriott Hotel & Omar Khayyam Casino

The Forbidden City of Ancient China was built under the Yongle Emperor of the Ming Dynasty
The Forbidden City acted as a fortress to protect the emperor from invaders. It has a 26 ft tall wall 170 ft wide moat.
It covers 178 acres of land with 90 palaces and courtyards, 980 buildings, and at least 8,700 rooms.
HOURS LATER...
BOSTON LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
BEIJING CAPITAL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
BEIJING CAPITAL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
PARIS ORLY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
HOURS LATER...
VERSAILLES
PARIS, FRANCE
FORBIDDEN CITY
BEIJING, CHINA
HISTORY
CLIMATE
CLIMATE
HISTORY
CURRENT EVENTS/ISSUES
20:30 JUNE 01, 2014
PARIS, FRANCE
CAIRO, EGYPT
JUDKINS, RONALD
RASPHOUMY, MARY
A I R E G Y P T
NEED TO GET:
SUNSCREEN
FOR RON JOHN

Tour Guide
CURRENT EVENTS/ISSUES
The inner gate to the Palace of Versailles
On grand occasions, twenty thousand candles are used to transform the Hall of Mirrors into a “corridor of light”.
The palace is 51,000 square meters (550 sq ft), has 2,153 windows, 67 staircases, and nearly 2000 acres of gardens.

Cairo's climate is a desert climate, which remains mostly dry and arid year round. Cairo is always warm or hot during the day, while the nights are cool. Its location on the Nile causes high humidity in the summer. December, January and February are the best times to visit Cairo because tourists can avoid the harsh heat and the chance of desert storms during these months.

ST. REGIS BEIJING
PRINCE DE GALLES

Beijing has four distinct seasons:
Spring is windy.
Summers are hot and long.
Autumn is cool.
Winter is long and cold.


Annual precipitation is more than 50cm, Paris has some of the least amount of rain. Paris is generally mild to warm in the summer. All of France is under the effect of oceanic influences

Christ the Redeemer statue towering over the city of Rio de Janiero
Greetings from Brazil!
Wishing you were here (Not really),
Ron & Mary
The climate here is amazing compared to Cairo. It rarely ever gets cold and the summers are hot, not humid. We're staying around the end of January into February since its the hottest time of the year, unlike during July and August, when it's the coldest. (brr!) It rained A LOT the second day we got here, which is weird because they only get an
average of 3-6 cm of rainfall a month... We're still recovering from the 17 hour flight from Egypt. Oh, and the Sheraton Rio Hotel and Resort is AMAZING. We're expecting to stay in Brazil for a couple of weeks before moving on to our final destination, New Orleans. Just in time for MARDI GRAS!!!!
SHERATON RIO HOTEL AND RESORT
A local trolley passing through a street in Rio de Janiero
Good to be back home in the states!
Nicknamed "the city of a thousand minarets"
Cairo was founded by the Fatimid Dynasty in the 10th century CE. The region underwent many changes after being controlled by various groups, such as the Romans, Muslims, and Ottomans.
Cairo is used as a center of the region's political and cultural life.
Western Cairo consists of wide boulevards, open spaces, and modern architecture designed with European influences. The eastern half of Cairo is made up of small lanes, crowded tenements, and Islamic architecture.
Cairo is associated with Ancient Egypt due to its close proximity to Memphis, Giza, and Futsat. It has the oldest and largest film and music industries within the Middle East. Cairo is home to the second oldest institution of higher learning, Al-Azhar University. The city was named political capital after the Arab League laid its routes in Cairo.
Bowl effect from narrow streets generate air pollution.
Noise pollution originates from bustling city life, makes it seem as if working in a factory.
Political unrest results in revolts and protests
Unstable Egyptian government effects city of Cairo and its residents.
Slow economic growth after their revolution in January 2011.
Political instability and lack of flexibility in Cairo's fiscal and monetary policies
-Versailles is located very close to the city of Paris which has a growing traffic problem.
-Sightseers and tourists have been warned recently of the growth in pickpockets on the streets
of Paris and major historical sights such as Versailles.
-The country of France is currently struggling with an unemployment problem

-Center of political power in France from 1682
-Under the Convention, Versailles was placed under the control of the Republic for the good of the people.
-The private residences and the grand palace became a place for confiscated art
- During the French Revolution Versailles acted as a military hospital for some time as well as a museum
-Napoleon restored Versailles to an imperial palace
-Currently Versailles acts as a major tourist attraction as a museum showcasing French culture.
-It still serves a political function for Versailles
-For example whenever the French Constitution is revised, congress meets in
Versailles
Construction
-Much of the additions to Versailles were designs by Louis Le Vau and his assistant Monsieur Paul Chatal
-Further alterations were designed by Eugène-Charles-Frédéric Nepveu and Pierre-François-Léonard Fontaine,
-The palace is extremely elaborate and features some of the finest materials available
- The palace was modeled after the French Baroque style, characterized by its large curved forms, twisted columns, high domes, and complicated shapes.
Importance:
-Famous political and social center of France. Versailles is filled with famous buildings and acts as a symbol of absolute monarchy of the Ancient Regime.

Current Events
-As in many countries and parts of the world, Rio de Janeiro has a staunch difference between the upper and lower class. The poor of quite poor, and the rich are extremely wealthy.
-Social class division causes crime, violence, and drug trafficking, which have only gotten worse over the last few years.
-Rapid industrialization in the late 20th century has caused deficiencies in health, educational, and transportation systems.
Importance
Creation
:
-It was founded in 1595 by the Portuguese.
-The city started off as the seat of the Captaincy of Rio de Janeiro, a captaincy of Rio de Janeiro.
Use
:
-The city acted as a political and economical center for many different rulers and governments such as the capital of the State of Brazil, which was state of the Portuguese Empire.
-The city acted as a capital during the Brazilian independence movement.
Builder/Architect:
-The Architecture of Rio ranges from lavish Art-Deco styled buildings to the more historic and classical structures that define the Brazilian culture.
-Many churches and buildings in Rio date back to the 16th century.
- Portuguese, French, and English architecture have had a strong influence over the architecture of Rio.
Importance
:
-Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil and is the capital of the State of Rio de Janeiro.
- Part of the city has been declared as a World Heritage Site.
- Rio de Janeiro has the second largest GDP in the country, partly because of global corporations home based out of Rio.
- Rio is a major tourist attraction that is known for its natural setting and historical statues.
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March 2, 2015, 10:49 AM
Current Events:
-New Orleans is still recovering from devastating Hurricane Katrina that heat the cost in 2004
-This storm has caused numerous political, social and economical problems, everything from government budgets and rebuilding of schools systems.
Creation
:
-New Orleans was originally a port founded by the French.
-It was later controlled by the Spanish before being reconquered by the French and sold to the
US in the Louisiana Purchase
Use
:
-Acted as the largest place of cotton exportation to New England and Europe, leading
commercial center
Builder/Architect:
-St. Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo and the Presbytere are all impressive structures that remain
standing today.
-Much of the early architecture of the city was destroyed in the Great New Orleans Fire in
1788 and another in 1794.
-18th Century French architecture dominated the reconstruction following these fires.
-New Orleans is home to numerous different architectural styles including small creole cottages to large mansions that lined the St. Charles
-Because of the varying types of architecture, there are hundreds of famous architects who are accredited with building and designing New Orleans
Importance
:
-New Orleans was the largest Southern US port.
-The city was known for its corrupt politics and lively social life.

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Climate
Louisiana has cool winters with the average temperature of 48 degrees. Their summers are hot with the average temperature of 82 degrees. Snow falls only in the north. Louisiana has sunshine 60% of the time.
- Constructed in the 15th century as a palace for the Ming emperors
- Acted as the Chinese imperial palace until the Qing Dynasty in 1912
- It is located at the center of Beijing, China
- Under the Ming emperor, Yongle, the city turned into a masterpiece
- The city was the political center of China and also fostered 3 types of religions, Buddhism, Taoism, and Lamaism
- The city was converted to a museum in 1925 and became a World Heritage Site
Architecture
-Architects: Cai Xin and Nguyan An
-Engineers: Kaui Xiang and Lu Xiang
- Construction took over 15 years and enlisted the help of over 100,000 laborers
-The world’s finest materials were used in the construction of this palace
-Much of the pillars were precious imported wood from jungles of southwestern China
-Major halls were laid with “golden bricks”
-A man made hill was created from the excavated dirt during construction Jingshan Hill

- The City is becoming more and more commercialized- despite an extensive 16 year restoration project which is suppose to return it to it pre-1912 appearance.
- At one point a Starbucks was put into this historical site.
- Air pollution is a major problem in and around Beijing

New Orleans, Louisiana
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