Bedouin Hostel

Address: 4 Elwy St., Cairo, 11750, Egypt | Hostel
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      Travel Blogs from Cairo

      Cooking in Cairo

      A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 11, 2015

      8 photos

      ... was required to remove their hats and shoes. Women needed to cover all showing skin and follow the cultural trait (definition: a single element of normal practice in a culture, such as the wearing of a turban) of wrapping a scarf around the tops of their heads. Men were required to wear plain pants and long sleeves shirts. There is a very specific dress code when entering a mosque because it is a form of respect for the egyptian culture. Once we were inside ...

      Trip of a Lifetime - You should go now!

      A travel blog entry by gayleschmidt on Oct 09, 2014

      16 photos

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      Day One

      Arrived at hotel around 2:00 pm and relaxed a while before having dinner on our own.

      Day Two

      After buffet breakfast and a welcome briefing by Amr, we boarded our air-conditioned motor-coach for the visit to Sakkara and the Giza Pyramids. After the visit to the Step Pyramid at Sakkara we had an opportunity to enter the pyramid of "King Teti". It is easy to go inside and it's walls ...

      So you want back to Cairo...

      A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Sep 04, 2014

      ... man approached us in the restaurant telling us that this was his families restaurant and he worked at reception in the motel. He told us not to buy our drinks at the motel but at a supermarket down the road. As we left he was there to greet us and began to want to walk us down to his supermarket, we didn't fall for this one and now know the scam lines around this area. Some internet foyer time as we looked up Istanbul attractions, sorted our next currency out and then ...

      The Pyramids of Giza

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 11, 2013

      42 photos

      ... had a turn on the camel and got a bunch of photos, we made our way back through the throngs of sellers to the van and got back in. We drove back down until we were right next to the second pyramid. You really can't imagine how insanely huge they are until you're standing right next to them! We walked along the path next to the pyramid followed by a bunch of guys trying to sell stuff, and another bunch of Egyptian tourists, who wanted to get photos with us all. ...

      The Gizeh Plateau

      A travel blog entry by luc.larocque on Apr 16, 2013

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... The average weight of these blocs in 2,5 tonnes. The construction and engineering of these pyramids is a wonder in itself.

      As we explored the plateau, we decided to climb into the smaller of the six pyramids: Mikerinos' mother's tomb. Our descent was 12 meters deep and 20 meters far. Sebastien was worried to have arrows shooting out, as well as a big rock and mummies coming after us. At the end of our descent, we discovered an empty tomb, simply. Not ...