Mandarin Hostel

8 Ibrahim Nagib, Cairo, 11331, Egypt | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the قصر الدبر area of Cairo, is near Kefre, the second pyramid, Gayer-Anderson Museum (Bayt al-Kiritliya), Ramses Statue, and Colossus of Ramses II.
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    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    Egypt

    A travel blog entry by amandane on May 28, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... forth with the tour company negotiating the details of our tour ahead of the trip. The price was dependent on the star rating of your accommodation request and we were given the option of 3, 4 or 5 star. On our backpacker's budget we had opted for 3 star. This was only to be told that 3 star wasn't an option due to the off peak season so, we went for 4 star. However in further emails back and forth, the owner of the company, Ahmed, had upgraded us to 5 star at no ...

    The Pyramids

    A travel blog entry by gravittkiki on Feb 14, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... Arabia. Basma was so sweet and kind. She spoke excellent English. Her family really anted to meet me. So after the mall of Arabia we headed to her home. I had already paid for my hostel room and all my stuff was in the room there. She really wanted me to spend the night and it was easier to get a taxi in the morning. So I met her family and spent the night. Basma and her family were so hospitable. I hope she comes to America so I can see her again and host her someday. My ...

    Egypt Part 1: Cairo, Aswan, and Abu Simbel

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Dec 17, 2013

    153 photos

    ... us on camel and horse tours). After getting our tickets and going through security, a guide latched on to us. I kept telling him no, and started to walk off, but my companion was engaging him in conversation. And I'll admit, this is one of those times where traveling with someone else, and talking to the guide, paid off. He was actually extremely knowledgeable (knew a lot more than the normal faux guide recitation of guidebook information) and kept the touts at bay so we didn't ...

    Crossing the Nile

    A travel blog entry by abwoodmansee on Oct 05, 2013

    99 photos

    ... To be able to speak about a deceased relative then, you had to say the anti-spell, which is where we get the tradition of saying, "oh, old uncle Albert, God rest his soul." That would keep his spirit at rest when you uttered his name.

    Next we went to Sakkara to see the oldest step pyramid in the world. It is surrounded by a wall that is similar in style to the walls of the Mesa temple, not by accident, apparently. Near the step pyramid is a smaller pyramid in ...

    All eyes to the 30th

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Jun 26, 2013

    6 photos

    ... the connotations of an ongoing struggle for rejuvenation.

    This gathering momentum is precisely the opposite of 'hard to read', granted.

    The question though, looking at the nature of revolutions in the past, is whether a country that has so recently shaken itself to the core would, and could, do it again. Perhaps we'd be inclined to think that 25th January 2011 was too cathartic to leave room for another upheaval of large scale. ...