City View Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Garytan stayed here on Mar 16, 2015 during their trip titled: The 5 Oceans & 7 Continents Journey Part 1.
... for his children and his friends and his country as a whole. Many Egyptians still think that since their life is comfortable and the current government is okay, but more and more are beginning to question this. He told us about how people march in protest daily here, sometimes sacrificing their own lives, and how one day will come where the protests reinstall a democracy and that that day is inevitable. It is hard to really capture all ...
... and it's stressful to deal with human, horse, bike and car traffic. Ramadan has a weird impact on tourists like myself. You end up eating a ****** lunch because most places are closed. You have to get dinner earlier lest you want to be trampled at 6-830pm when all of cairo emerges from their siesta to buy food. And Cairo's citizens are running around and honking their car horns with abandon till dawn, so good luck having a good night's rest. On ...
... against the governments advice but if you want to go help people who are struggling and wouldn't mind having AMAZING really old temples and tombs and mummies virtually to yourself - go to Egypt! They treated us like gold and they have many safety measures in place to protect tourists (military, police). We were even escorted to lunch and tea twice by different officers who took us to the best or in one case the only place to eat in town. Having said that I have to say it is still ...
... train station and was swarmed by touts. People trying to sell me stuff, take me to a hotel, trying to sell me a bus ticket to Cairo (even though I was exiting the train station), etc. I pushed through and off to the hotel, where I would only stay one night. More to follow. I checked in to my 55 LE (Egyptian pound) room with private bath ($7.94). Not the cleanest, but it's a bed and shower with functioning hot water, so what can you do. As a side note, toilets in Egypt are not ...