Kings Palace Hotel

Address: 3 Ibrahim El Qabbani St Of Sabri Abu Alam St., Cairo, 11511, Egypt | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 3 Ibrahim El Qabbani St Of Sabri Abu Alam St., Cairo, is near Khan Al-Khalili, Manyal Palace Museum, El Gawhara (Jewel) Palace Museum, and Mastaba of Ptah-Hotep and Akhti-Hotep.
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    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Sep 03, 2014

    ... last time and I felt like I had barely seen any of it the last time. It was nice to get out of the heat as well. Just before we pulled up near the Museum, Ahmed started explaining that there would be a lot of military personnel and military "equipment" sitting just outside the entrance of the museum. Now the museum is right next to the Tahir Square (where all the protests were held). Ahmed explained that they were now just stationed outside the museum as it was the closest point ...

    Pyramids and Artifacts

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 22, 2014

    50 photos

    ... slope all the way up. Finally at the end there was a hand carved empty room. Everything had been completely removed minus a painting of the date and name of the discoverer of the tomb. We completed the Pyramids and then went to view the Spinx. We walked around the area, took a few photos and then were off. After seeing the main sights I was more than happy with my Egyptian experience. Before dinner our group was guided to a papyrus factory where we were taught ...

    “THE CITADEL” – Who can top that

    A travel blog entry by munag on May 07, 2014

    5 photos

    ... man nor the last time I was propositioned by him during our visit, but then it was all in good fun. The rest of the visit to the citadel was uneventful with the exception of two creepy gentlemen inside the mosque, who took unsolicited photos of us, and a couple with a four month old baby, who thrust the baby in Lena's arms for a photo op with “the foreigners”. I think the baby picture benefitted the three of us more than ...


    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Sep 20, 2013

    4 comments, 8 photos

    I am continually fascinated with Egypt. I take a bus to and from school and every day it is a different scene; while it is the same scene. Different traffic, different vendors, different car collisions. While I sit on the bus with my curtain open, wide-eyed to the life outside, many of my colleagues sit with their windows closed and their headphones turned up in order to block the activity occurring just outside. I also have headphones plugged in, but I hear my music as ...

    Egyptology 101 - Temples

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 03, 2013

    6 photos

    ... and the cosmos, and the garden of creation.

    The wall around the temples were built in mud, ash and straw (representing creation), while the everlasting temples were built in stone.

    After the second gate there was the hall of columns. It represents the garden of creation and was depicted with the ground, the sky and the flowers and trees.

    The obelisk is a Greek word for needle. The top of an obelisk looked like a pyramid and was ...