Arabia Hotel

31 Al-Malek Abdel-Aziz al-Su'ud Street, Cairo, Egypt | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cairo

Book reflective entry

A travel blog entry by jademona


"One is loved, because one is loved. No reason is needed for loving." Do you agree? Explain.
I agree with this. You can't decide wether you love something, you just love it. Love is everywhere and in everything, so you can love anything, even a murderer, you might not want to love a murderer, but when you look into their eyes or say something to them or talk to them, you might just love them and you can't change that. ...

Egypt Part 1: Cairo, Aswan, and Abu Simbel

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels


I'm gonna put this upfront. You're gonna get photo bombed with the Egypt blogs. And if you're looking for an in-depth cultural immersion post on this one, you'll be disappointed. Egypt was entirely to appease my childhood history geek and see the ancient monuments. No trading chickens for a room this trip. Though a guy did try selling me chickens. So, after being several weeks back on the road, I finally forced myself to start writing again. A little hard after a little time ...

The time has gone by so quickly

A travel blog entry by theresabill


... statuettes that seemed unique to us such as a mongoose or ichneumon, a crocodile body with a falcon head.

We also saw some images of Bes who may be the interesting character that we saw a Philae Temple. Bill found an interesting article about him: 19-how-the-devil-got-his-looks

We also roamed through rooms that had papyrus, ostraca - practice drawings or plans ...


A travel blog entry by rnb2013


... Here we also tried Sheesha which is very common in Egypt. It's a flavoured tobacco with out niccotine. We tried mango flavour, it wasn't anything special but we had to try it as it was the norm for a lot of Egyptian men, and everyone said you can't go to Egypt and not try it! We finished the trip with a dinner with our group and said our goodbyes as many had early departures. We have made some new friends, some live in the same suburb that we live in and work for the same ...

Pyramids or die..

A travel blog entry by muzbec


... at 136 meters. It’s the grandfather pyramid, a funerary temple to Khufu (Cheops) built by his son Khafre.

Construction began 4000 years ago and took 20 years to complete. The neighboring limestone cap on the Great Pyramid of Khafre shows us the pyramids were once covered in a fine limestone layer that would have gleamed in the sunshine. Beyond Khafre is the smallest of the pyramids, The Pyramid of Menkaure, at only 62 meters tall. A gaping wound in ...

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This hotel, located in the روضة جزيره area of Cairo, is near Coptic Cairo, Hanging Church (El Muallaqa, Sitt Mariam, St Mary), Mosque of Ibn Tulun, and Coptic Museum.
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