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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      ارقد في س

      A travel blog entry by lilkayjor on Apr 29, 2015

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      ... 8220;Wow there are so many mosques here, I’ve never seen so many in one place before!” exclaimed Jordan. “Yeah. There are so many here” agreed Lilly. “Guys what do you expect Egypt? Egypt isn‘t very far from Islam’s cultural hearth so of course they are probably going to be more religious.” Aftrer several hours of wondering Cairo we cam across a unique mosque. Outside of it we noticed a lot ...

      The dream

      A travel blog entry by felipesantos on Nov 22, 2014

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      It wouldn't be enough to say the pyramids are the most beautiful thing I've seen. It is the purpose I came on this journey, and the purpose of my life. All the troubles I went through suddenly dimmed out and aren't important anymore, everything is now worth it. Everyone deserves to have this experience. The treasure is back in Andalusia though, which is kind of a ...

      So you want back to Cairo...

      A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Sep 04, 2014

      ... into the waiting area near the gates and all the 3 shops were dark including the coffee shop. Richard went back out through the gates as we were really early. He was told that it would be 20 minutes. There was only one other person in the departure lounge. When he was invited to order and suddenly all the lights went on, we didn't know if it was power failure or starting time. We ordered our coffee with the last of our money. Just a one hour flight, and fairly ...

      Giza Gazing

      A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      48 hours in Cairo

      A travel blog entry by nickjones on May 03, 2014

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      ... buildings are the same height, the boulevards are planned in a similar way (downtown Cairo was also laid out around the same time Hausmann was doing his thing), and people mill around in cafes and bars. The traffic is nearly as chaotic. Only difference - the service is better! A couple of hours in and I'm already giving thanks to divine providence, in the form of Egypt's state airline, for my 48 hours here. EgyptAir (through generous subsidies ...