Safari Hotel

4, Souq Eltawfiqia St, 5th Floor, Cairo, Egypt | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the الشرابية area of Cairo, is near Sharia Al Mu'izz Li-Din Allah, Katameya Heights Golf and Tennis Resort, Manyal Palace Museum, and El Gawhara (Jewel) Palace Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Cairo

How to Lose Weight Quickly

A travel blog entry by vitolion3 on May 08, 2014

... of course, if you practice the crooks to heart you will see those extra few pounds slipping off. The most effective strategy to shed pounds is use a healthy lifestyle be eating healthy and nutritious food. If you add weights towards the program, you get developing your musculature too. Following every one of these 3 tips will allow you to to shed pounds risk-free and in addition be lean all year-round. It will ...

Walking Like An Egyptian

A travel blog entry by vmason on Apr 07, 2014

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... days and there isn’t any cause for alarm. Furthermore, as one of our guides later elaborated, the western media tends to take events and distort and exaggerate them. And Egypt, being a third world country, doesn’t have the money to put into their media, so they have no way of counteracting these exaggerations or of presenting their side of things. Even upon my arrival home, friends informed me that "there was a lot of violence in Egypt while you were there." ...

The Pyramids of Giza

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 11, 2013

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... for showers while we walked with Sophie to the supermarket via an ATM. We got some snacks for our overnight bus ride and Darren got some razors, then we went back to the hotel. We had a shower and Darren had a shave, then we headed back down to the lobby. We tried to order a meal from the hotel, but they couldn't guarantee it would come out within the hour (what the..?) so we walked around the corner to another KFC. It was really cool, because they only employed deaf ...

Egypt, Day 1

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Aug 18, 2013

5 comments, 10 photos

... it wasn't empty either. I'd say 85 - 90% capacity; mostly Middle Eastern families.

Once in Egypt, we were met by a representative from the school and he whooshed us through customs and security. Even so, the lady with the visas barely looked at my passport and ignored my customs sheet. Nobody's bags were inspected. We then loaded 3 trolleys and rolled out to the school's bus. There, all the suitcases were loaded up and we started on our way to discovering Egypt

Part I - The Egyptian Museum

A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 04, 2013

... level, so we started on the main floor. We will try to share a few things from each period that we saw...

There was a display with prehistory pottery with crocodile, ostrich and gold. From early on Egyptians loved and used gold! We were able to see the Narmer Palette, that dates back to 2690 BC. It is a significant archeological find because it has some of the earliest hieroglyphics. This statue commemorated ...

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