We reach on foot: Muski. Pedestrian routes of Egypt and traditional drinks of Egypt | World travel, tourism and geography 

We reach on foot: Muski. Pedestrian routes of Egypt and traditional drinks of Egypt

We reach on foot: Muski. Pedestrian routes of Egypt and traditional drinks of Egypt

The main pedestrian routes Egypt from Medan Atab: according to Shary al-Azkhar (under a platform) which takes 10-15 minutes, or through Muski – more interesting, but a little longer route. It is best of all to reach to the purpose one route, and to come back another. Near to the street there are modern hotels of Egypt. And itself Muski is the narrow, inexpressibly brisk street which is going east from Medan of Atab. Look for the faded index of hotel: «hotel of El-Muski» in the Arabic language at the corner. Making the way through weight by show-windows with wedding accessories, tape recorders and fabrics, by the dealers trading racing in any trifle, beginning from salty fish and finishing socks, beware of mopeds and other hardware which is making the way behind – the culture of modern Egypt is not familiar to them! Dealers with carts still cry out traditional preventions – "Threshing barns varnishes" (Protect feet!), "Dakhrik" (Turn back!), «Shemalak!» (Carefully at the left!) . There are a lot of sellers who sell drinks of Egypt and though the modern water supply system has made not so necessary services саки – sellers of water, the sushi, carrying lakrichny water, and шербутли with their bottles of lemonade with a silver neck, they remain a printsipny part of street life. Halfway through Muski you will cross Shary Bur-Sayd through whom it will not turn out to pass on a straight line (to you it is necessary to curtail on the right and to pass under a platform). Since Muska’s this place it is overflowed by the tourists which part has chosen wedding round to Egypt, and in process of its approach to Khan el-Halili there are pickpockets.

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