Kings Palace Hotel

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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    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    Book reflective entry

    A travel blog entry by _arianna_ on Mar 26, 2014

    ... were assaulted somehow, and shot the attacker, I would most likely die anyway, for being a woman that shot a man (the attacker would likely be a male rapist or pimp). But I don't think it would make a difference where I live now. As far as I'm concerned my area is pretty safe and I wouldn't even really need a gun unless I was out dressed inappropriately at 2:00 in the morning in like Compton or downtown. Friday Page ...

    "You're Welcome Ma'm"

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 28, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... expressed by writers and readers on this page don't necessarily reflect the newspaper's views, unless otherwise stated."

    Occupied with such insight into the ancient and current Egypt, the plane started its descent before I knew it. From the window, I could see the city spreading further and further accross the landscape beneath us. It seemed to go on forever. And somewhere down there, hopefully, was my pre-arranged driver, waiting to bring me safely to my hotel before ...

    A perspective on Sinai

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on May 21, 2013

    2 photos

    ... down to the sea before us is Yesir's self built beach haven, completely calm, completely deserted in the dimming evening light. 'It's all yours, go ahead and explore,' the two encourage me.

    A surge of childhood holiday excitement – –

    I'm shown to my room, which will be the closest to the sea of a collection of little lodges fitted out with rough wood furniture and a little bed. I peek through the little window and squeal at the shimmering ...

    What we came here for

    A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Mar 28, 2013

    14 photos

    ... dunes by camel, allowing panoramic views of the three pyramids. The actual ride was perhaps no more than 15 minutes, most of which was spent doing corny poses at the instruction of the camel handlers. You won't find any photographic evidence of course, they were all swiftly deleted.

    Our final stop for today was the statue of the Great Sphinx. Although it is said to still retain the mysteries that have puzzled scholars, ...

    To the land of the pharoahs.

    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Mar 21, 2013

    4 photos

    ... 8217;s a kind of an unfair head-start isn’t it? There’s some 100,000 relics to see tucked in behind the facade of a salmon pink colonial stye building. Across the square the gutted shell of the Ritz-Carlton looks over, in the throws of renovation. Mohammed arranges for these wireless walkie-talkie headphone systems, and we’re lead through security into the museum. The place is really kind of like if your grand-mother had a mansion and a bunch of old cabinets ...