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This hostel, located in the وسط البلد area of Cairo, is near Gizeh Plateau, Keops Pyramid, Saqqara (Sakkara) Pyramids, and Islamic Cairo.
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      Pyramids and Sphinx day

      A travel blog entry by judykermode on Nov 23, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... crops and agriculture Egyptian style. No paddocks of course but they grow lucerne for the horses,donkeys and camels which were numerous at the pyramids..The roads/ highways are something to going the wrong way down highways, no lights at night, complete wrecks of cars driving, and some hair raising times. We saw 2 bad accidents on the way today but our driver was a good driver...we have a driver plus a guide ...

      Egypt Part 1: Cairo, Aswan, and Abu Simbel

      A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Dec 17, 2013

      153 photos

      ... a sandbox at the cost of a few hundred dollars, I think I'll have done ok. The next stop was Philae, an island with a temple complex. And, of course, after buying the ticket and heading to the dock, you need to barter with the boatmen, as the ticket doesn't include transportation. Which neither the tour operator or the ticket counter bother to let you know. But, as long as your always willing to walk away, you have the power in the negotiation and we got a decent price. From Aswan I was off to ...

      Part I - The Egyptian Museum

      A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 04, 2013

      ... means the beautiful stranger. The king was so religious that he did not want to go to war, so a large portion of the Empire was lost during this time. After his death, his cartouche has been removed which means someone wanted revenge, not theft.

      The Tutankhamen exhibit was by far the most stunning, he became king at age 9 after the death of King Akhenaten and he married his half sister/cousin, Ankhesenamum at age 10. He changed his ...


      A travel blog entry by mximedc on Jun 01, 2013

      12 photos

      ... of times- said we were out of our minds. After the revolution and Mubarak stepping down, Egypt has had some bad press mentioning its insecurity, its poverty, unemployment, and whether Morsi should remain as president. I still thought it would be ok to travel.

      The day that I was traveling, my husband warned me to be very careful with men. He had heard that women were being harassed by Egyptian men in Cairo on some radio newscast. Then, as I was making the line ...

      A long day traveling, starting with camels

      A travel blog entry by prgeeves on Nov 25, 2012

      The day started a 6am with a beautiful but cold morning we had a simple but yummy breakfast of omelette in flat bread and a cup of tea or four. Once the Germans got up we started packing and getting organised for a camel ride back to Wadi Rum village. Okla only just managed to wake up before we were ready to go. He had a biggish night I think. We got on the camels, the Germans were still not ready, so we set off without them. As ...