Atlas Zamalek Hotel

20 Gameat el-Dowal al-Arabiya Street, Giza, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 20 Gameat el-Dowal al-Arabiya Street, Giza, is near Heliopolis, Al-Fayoum Oasis, Manial Palace Museum, and National Geographic Society Museum.
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    Pyramids and Gizza

    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 31, 2014

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    Our day started with a beautiful buffet breakfast. We have not been staying in many big hotels and the buffets have been small. This one had a stack of stuff both local and international. We tried quite a few Turkish dishes. Then we changed our larger auto teller notes into smaller tipping notes. We are glad we did as we would not have had another opportunity. We set off for the days tour, just us in a small mini van, driver and guide. First ...

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    A travel blog entry by wafflefrost on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... man rides away. He then realizes that was the alchemist. He meets up with the alchemist and hangs out with him, gaining his wisdom. He leaves after the alchemist tells him wise words about how money isn't everything. He gets to the pyramids and an omen gets him digging. A gang of refuges jumps him and abuses him. The leader speaks of how he had a dream there was treasure at the broken down church. He goes there and finds his treasure. Then days "I'm coming Fatima." Who will be his ...

    Walk Like An Egyptian

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Dec 27, 2013

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    ... to build one larger than your father's. Finally to the Sphinx, which guards the lot.

    A twenty minute drive brought us to Dahshur and the Red Pyramid, not as big but better preserved than the Great Pyramid, as it was cased in red granite rather than limestone. Nearby was the Bent Pyramid, so called because the angle of the pyramid started at the usual 52 degrees, but changed half way up to 43 degrees, so it looks bent.
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    Crossing the Nile

    A travel blog entry by abwoodmansee on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... they are HUGE! We'll visit them tomorrow.

    We continue on. More crumbling apartment buildings, but so fascinating to see the people and how they live. Lots of trash everywhere. We arrive in Memphis and visit the museum of Pharoah Rameses II. This is the guy who chased the Israelites out of Egypt. He died in the Red Sea. They could tell because they found his mummy and compared the magnesium levels in his tissues to those of the Red Sea. But before his ill-fated ...

    Great Pyramids: Mission Accomplished!

    A travel blog entry by damangela on Jul 27, 2013

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    ... the road was the El Marq metro station that excited into an outdoor market crowded with cars, mini buses, taxis, pedestrians all trying to get somewhere. I wanted to check out the scene, but with our backpacks movement was limited in the crowd. We hailed a taxi to Giza.

    Mr. Gouda, (also on airbnb) was another one of those indiscernible pushy fellows. He boasted about his sparkling worldwide reputation as a chakra master, while name dropping people ...