Venice Hosokawaya

Address: 4 Souk Al Tawfikiya Street, Cairo, 11111, Egypt | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the وسط البلد area of Cairo, is near Gizeh Plateau, Keops Pyramid, Saqqara (Sakkara) Pyramids, and Memphis.
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      Cairo (tourist mode) The Pyramids

      A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 05, 2015

      20 photos

      ... laptop Wifi - so know I've missed some emails from my Social Secretary duties from other tour riders. In the end managed to have a conversation with Roger on my tablet via Facebook messenger which is a new experience for Roger.
      Came back to my room about 10.30pm, then decided I'd better look for my passport photos which we may need to get visas as we pass over the many borders in the next few months. I'd sent an email out to the group email we started up a month ...

      Croquet results update

      A travel blog entry by judykermode on Nov 19, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... off and they only play a 13 point game). She has won three of the four games she played today...didn't finish until about 7.30 tonight. She was on fire in her last game against an Aussie running hoops from all over the place. Jayne is still playing her third game. She has won one and lost one so far. Colleen and I have come back to the hotel for a beer, wine and dinner!! ...


      A travel blog entry by amandane on May 28, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... was the 110kg solid gold mummy shaped coffin that Tutankhamen was found in, the 11kg solid gold mask that he was wearing and heaps of other jewels and treasures. It was great to have Sherif with us walking through the museum, pointing out the highlights, telling us stories and translating hieroglyphs. If not for him, dane and I would've wandered around aimlessly not know the significance of what we were looking at. Towards the end of our time at the museum I ...

      “THE EGYPTIAN MUSEUM – ancient, middle

      A travel blog entry by munag on May 08, 2014

      2 photos

      ... few seconds I was overwhelmed. There kings, queens, pharaoh or whatever they were called back then. There were too many of them, and they all looked the same. The kind Nubian gentleman who worked at the information booth in the museum tried his best to explain the basics to us on a piece of paper. The crowns on the each kings head and their relation to which part of the country the king ruled (north or south), the different beards which signified whether the king was ...


      A travel blog entry by kristinkulik on Mar 26, 2014

      1 photo

      ... the tribesman let them go because what the alchemist was saying was amusing to them. They proceeded with their journey. On one afternoon they passed along and encampment of one of the tribes. The tribe guards let them pass. When the sun was setting, hundreds of horsemen appeared. The two were sent to a nearby military camp and were asked questions. After six days passed by Santiago and the alchemist were free. After a few days the alchemist ...