Atlas Hotel

Address: 2 El Fawala street, Cairo, Egypt | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 2 El Fawala street, Cairo, is near Heliopolis, Al-Fayoum Oasis, Manial Palace Museum, and Museum of Islamic Ceramics.
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Travel Blogs from Cairo

Cooking in Cairo

A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 11, 2015

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... definition: religions that actively seek converts because they view themselves as offering belief systems of universal appropriateness and appeal) that includes many strict rules (Library, 2015). Their names were Sara, Salma, Omar and Aya. We found out that one of their families owned a well known restaurant that was very close to the mosque. They invited us to this restaurant so we could learn how to prepare a traditional Egyptian meal. It took us 13 minutes ...

EGYPT CAIRO ONE YEAR ADVENTURE BEGINS...

A travel blog entry by aimeejane on Aug 26, 2014

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... met in my life and on this trip, whether they were a friend i met in one day to a boyfriend or some random person that I really connected with in someway it all meant something too me. I am really good at connecting with people it doesn't matter the situation of the person I am always genuinely myself with every person and I hope that they would be the same towards me. I know I have made many mistakes in life but we all do we are human and we always here this line but it's true, ...

FOUND MY TREASURE

A travel blog entry by sofva on Oct 16, 2013

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Finally, I have reached Egypt. I saw Pyramids. It is huge! I do not know how people could create something like that. It is something that everyone should see at least once in there life! However, it is so dangerous in there. I was punched by few men that were in search for money, but I did not have anything to give them. When I felt down on the ground i saw a mirage and I understood! My treasure is in my native Andalusia. I came back few days ago. It was in ...

All eyes to the 30th

A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Jun 26, 2013

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... bitter taste in everyone's mouth, which must be spat out in order to start afresh. Banners, pamphlets, posters and graffiti cover the walls of the city with the slogan 'Revolt: 30/6'. You see it wherever you look until it becomes like a chant inside your head. This word, plastered everywhere, is of a different root to the word for revolution in Arabic, and whereas 'revolution' suggests an explosive, one-time-only event, the word being used this time ...

The Pyramids of Dahshur & Giza

A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Mar 16, 2013

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There is one postscript that must be added to this day (and the rest of our days in Egypt). Egyptian street vendors aggressively hawk their wares to tourists. There were no vendors at the remote pyramids of Dahshur. That changed in Giza. The problem is simple. There are too few tourists and too many vendors desperate to feed their families. Even the children are insistent and persistent peddlers. All vendors try to wear down your resistance with ...