Atlas Zamalek Hotel

Address: 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 Ethnological Museum.
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      Day 2 The great pyramids

      A travel blog entry by oralee on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... They are willing to answer silly westerner questions about most anything and you truly feel you have made friends.
      Our first stop was the great pyramids of Giza. There are actually 9 pyramids here. The largest is the great pyramid of Khufu (Cheops). built around 2560BC almost 5 thousand years ago! It is also the last remaining wonder of the 7 ancient wonders of the world. Beside this pyramid is the pyramid of his son Khafra or ...

      Day 10

      A travel blog entry by avaamberhorses on Mar 27, 2014

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      ... Was partially his soul. He came back and carried on with the alchemist. They rode for a while and then stopped at a Coptic Monastery. They were let in by a monk who allowed the do use the kitchen as they asked. The alchemist then took some lead, and made it into gold, this was his personal legend. He separated it into four pieces. One for the monk, one for Santiago, one for himself, and the fourth he gave to the monk to give to Santiago in ...

      Turkish Delight

      A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea on Dec 24, 2013

      3 comments, 32 photos

      ... fee but we were able to get inside the Blue Mosque, taking off our shoes and covering Terrea’s head, in consideration of their strict religious practises. We were taken back by the beauty inside and also, the local Muslims that were intently praying amongst the hundreds of international "visitors". After leaving the mosque, we wanted to go inside the Grand Palace down the street but it was closed due to a holiday…on a Tuesday. Go figure. That night at the hostel, ...

      Great Pyramids: Mission Accomplished!

      A travel blog entry by damangela on Jul 27, 2013

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      ... but the revolution that began two years ago brought things to a halt as tourism took a huge dive.) We had a beautiful view of the Red Sea. Moonlight and waves lulled us to sleep on the outdoor beds, neatly placed around the pool (we had our own room but preferred sleeping outside). Service was friendly and not at all pushy – a difference in foreign owned as opposed to locally owned perhaps.

      The highlight of The Blue Hole area was of course ...

      Part I - The Egyptian Museum

      A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 04, 2013

      ... of the Upper and Lower Kingdoms. One of the things that was depicted was 6 papyrus which means that the king of the North killed 6,000 in the battle. If you want to learn more: /narmer.htm

      Old Kingdom:
      In the period between 2,465 to 2,323 BC the statues of the Pharaoh's did not have facial emotion. Contrast this with the middle kingdom period statues. The Kings look stressed, they ...