Atlas Hotel

Address: 2 El Fawala street, Cairo, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2 El Fawala street, Cairo, is near Ethnological Museum, Heliopolis, Al-Fayoum Oasis, and Manial Palace Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Cairo

Today we fly to Cairo

A travel blog entry by maccatravels on Apr 14, 2015

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Had a great sleep in our big beautiful bed at Luxor Sonesta Resort Hotel. The wake up call was booked for 4.20am but we were already up. We needed to be on the bus by 5.30am to head out to the airport. Went down to the dining room for some breakfast then onto the bus early and headed to the airport for our 7am flight to Cairo. Got to the airport around 6am and joined the queue to check in. After a bit of confusion and 'deep conversation' by two of ...

Golden Dunes, star rocks, and white deserts

A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 16, 2015

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... there are sites!) in the desert. Driving on sand dunes is no walk in the park - I liken it to driving through Chicago following a bad ice storm - but our fearless guide and driver, Wahed (self proclaimed King of the Desert), navigated us safely through the desert, including down a 3 story high dune. Highlights of the trip included the black desert (aptly named), collecting star rocks (actually fossils but they look like black stars), ...


A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Sep 03, 2014

... walk around the two temples. The Abu Simbel temple is most famous "rescue" that UNESCO did when the high dam was built. We were back on the bus by 10am and drove back to Aswan with the convoy. Once we got back to Aswan we pretty much just headed straight to the cruise boat to check in and get settled on the boat. I ended up spending the afternoon napping. Sim napped for a bit but when I woke up was at the lounge reading. We headed down to the bottom deck where dinner was. The ...

Giza Gazing

A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 30, 2014

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... onto them to tell the story. It was lovely with the new moon sitting in the cool evening breeze in an open air area. Mustn't brain much there is no hint of a roof. There were about 50 if that people sitting in a place set out for over a thousand. I guess that's how busy it once was. On the way back our guide took us to a supermarket for some snack items for this leg and then we had a Caesar salad in our hotel. It was quite late eating yet ...

“THE EGYPTIAN MUSEUM – ancient, middle

A travel blog entry by munag on May 08, 2014

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... stone replicas of kings and queens. While strolling through, Lena made a great observation, that with most of the royal replicas and statues, the king always had his wife beside him, sitting as regally and equally important as the king himself. This seems to signify a certain level of equality between sexes in that era. We wondered what had happened since then? Maybe the kings started to feel a little threatened and demoted the status of their women… Or maybe ...