Berlin Hotel

Address: 2 El Shawarby St 4th Floor, Cairo, 11111, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the وسط البلد area of Cairo, is near Gizeh Plateau, Keops Pyramid, Saqqara (Sakkara) Pyramids, and Memphis.
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      Cooking in Cairo

      A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 11, 2015

      8 photos

      ... other Arabic people in the Middle East such as the Lebanese, Palestinians, Syrians, as well as some foods from Europe, have affected the Egyptian diet. However, Egyptian cuisine maintains its uniqueness. After thousands of years, rice and bread remain staple foods, and molokhiyya (a spinach-like vegetable) and ful mudammas (cooked, creamy fava beans), a national dish, are nearly as popular as long ago. (Typical Food of Egypt, 2014).
      The Egyptian Bread Aish ...

      Trip of a Lifetime - You should go now!

      A travel blog entry by gayleschmidt on Oct 09, 2014

      16 photos

      ... the other side of the lake where we visited the temple of Amada. It is the oldest surviving temple in Nubia and was built by Thutmose III. We returned to the boat for cocktails and dinner.

      Day Ten

      Buffet breakfast was served at 6:30am and we joined the shore excursion to Wadi El Seboua. We toured the temple of Dakka dedicated to the ibis-headed Thoth and the nearby Greco-Roman temple of Meharakka. It was fantastically remote ...

      Cairo, EGYPT

      A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Oct 27, 2013

      6 photos

      ... t look like the biggest they are still something else to witness. Most of the capstones, the smooth outer edge, were gone but there were still some on the tops of the second pyramid so we could see what she would have looked like in her glory.

      Getting pictures with the pyramids were great fun but hilariously we were also the subject of other tourists' pictures! Hailey, the other girl and I, were interesting because we were western and had blonde ...

      "You're Welcome Ma'm"

      A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 28, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... information. With headlines such as 'Why does democracy have a shot in Tunesia?' and 'Hegazy: Presidential election by summer next year', it offered me plenty to think about. Another article informed me that the first article of the Egyptian constitution is now to include the world 'civil', meant to emphasize that Egypt is neither a military nor a religious state and that the Egyptian civil state is to be ruled by law based on democracy, justice and citizenship.

      And ...

      The Pyramids of Dahshur & Giza

      A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Mar 16, 2013

      36 photos

      ... lifted into place to construct this edifice.

      The average pyramid block weighs 2.5 tons. Many weigh more. Lifting tens of thousands of such blocks and fitting them so precisely would be a huge job even today. In Egypt of 2600 BC, the wheel did not exist. The block & tackle did not exist. Without either, lifting huge blocks –some to a height of 341 feet on the Red Pyramid - is almost impossible to imagine. The power to move objects came ...