Arabian Nights

Address: 10 Al Aded St off of Mansouria Street, Cairo, 1111, Egypt | 1 star b&b
 
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This 1 star B&B, located in the الجمالية area of Cairo, is near Islamic Cairo, Mosque of Al-Azhar, Military Museum, and Manyal Palace Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Cairo

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    A travel blog entry by kristinkulik on Mar 26, 2014

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    ... said goodbyes and went there separate ways. Once Santiago got to the Pyramids he fell on his knees and thanked god in making him believe in his personal legend. Santiago dig the dunes for hours to find the treasure. Several men approached him, who were refuges from the tribal wars. One of the guys told him how two years ago he stood on this spot and had a recurrent dream. After they left Santiago got up with joy and now he knows where his treasure ...

    Weddings and the crash

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 16, 2013

    ... my British standards of the lad Fist Pump) throwing their groom into the air, and someone without fail raising great woops and laughs by tying a scarf or tie around their waist and assuming the imitated movements of a belly dancer. But like curdled cake mixture, the sexes surely separate and the girls will form a limp circle in the shadow of their overpowering counterpart, some allowing themselves to move freely with the music for a while –with effortlessly ...

    Egyptology 101 - Temples

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 03, 2013

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    ... see the buds that represented birth, the flowers that represented life and the bundles that represented afterlife. Columns are stems, stalks and flowers of the plants.

    Nobody lived in the temples. The temple was the seat of ruling, a school to teach man, a place of healing, a place for socializing, and a court for justice.

    Temple leads you straight to the sanctuary like light, the floor raises lifting you from your earthly (stairway to heaven) ...

    Pyramids and the Sphinx

    A travel blog entry by wanderingnomad- on Sep 26, 2012

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    Waking up I had breakfast with the family and was just finishing my warm milk drink when Ahmed came bounding into the room. "Guess where we're going today!"
    "Ooh where" I asked curiously.
    "To the pyramids. I know you wanted to go to Giza".
    My face lit up in excitement. I couldn't believe that I'd been in Egypt for several days and hadn’t yet seen the pyramids – it seemed wrong somehow. Today was finally my chance. I’d never forgive myself if I left ...

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