Cairo Inn

Address: 6 Talat Harb Square, Cairo, 11435, Egypt | 3 star hostel
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This 3 star hostel, located in the وسط البلد area of Cairo, is near Gizeh Plateau, Dahshur, Birqash Camel Market (Souq al-Gamaal), and Crystal Factory.
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      Cairo (tourist mode) The Pyramids

      A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 05, 2015

      20 photos

      ... plane from Heathrow and arrived at the hotel when we left for the visit to the Pyramids so grabbed a carrier bag to carry his stuff in - looked like he was already getting into the next bit of his life as someone of no fixed abode.
      Andy Schneck from Houston, Texas. Ex military/Air Force. Haven't had a chance of much more detail than this at the moment. Lived all over the place as his dad was in the military - 10 different places in total were home as a ...

      Pharaohs, mummies and gold

      A travel blog entry by natleith on Sep 30, 2014

      4 photos

      ... 5000 B.C it seemed so hard to grasp that not only were these people thriving but they were doing so with quite a flair for the dramatic, their carving skills and engineering knowledge was amazing. At the front of the museum is the key piece that helped people decipher the ancient hieroglyphic script. The Rosetta Stone, unfortunately this piece is a fake as the original lives in the British Museum. The stone has the same thing written in three ...

      Giza Gazing

      A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 30, 2014

      6 photos

      ... they all blend in and kind of remind us sandcastle sculptures. They looked so unreal. Then as we drove close to the Nile. We saw how the other people live. All the houses were badly bricked construction and they all seemed to be growing and we thought that everyone was extending up. Mr Moustafa explained that as long as a house is unfinished they do not pay tax on it. That explains a lot. The driving...... Vietnam revisited. Creative use of ...

      Giza II

      A travel blog entry by devian on Oct 04, 2013

      2 photos

      Day 3
      We're in Giza still. We just decided to stay in Giza for a couple more days. We thought that we could go see the pyramids again. We also had to get gas for the jeep we were renting.
      (This Egyptian money confuses me a bit). We got the gas and we headed to the pyramids. We stayed for a few hours and went back to our hotel.


      "You're Welcome Ma'm"

      A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 28, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... to observe my fellow travellers. Few westeners seemed to be making the transition from the transit area to arrivals. The man behind me got terribly upset when two people dared to cut in line in front of us. The people on this continent didn't seems to mind showing their emotions in public. Earlier I had witnessed one of the flight attendants airing her grievances to a colleague during the flight. This is very different from most Asians I have encountered during previous ...