Concorde Hotel

146 Al Tahrir Street, Dokki Giza, Cairo, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 146 Al Tahrir Street, Dokki Giza, Cairo, is near Cairo Tower, Kefre, the second pyramid, Hanging Church (El Muallaqa, Sitt Mariam, St Mary), and Gayer-Anderson Museum (Bayt al-Kiritliya).
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    A travel blog entry by carolwahs on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... One of the pyramids is known as the bent pyramid because the made the angle too steep and had to change part way through so it would not collapse. After visiting Saqqara we travelled to the pyramid of Teti which we also we able to access. Teti has very intricate carvings in the funerary chamber. From the outside it looks like a pile of rocks but is well preserved inside. Also at this site we seen one of the Stepped ...

    48 hours in Cairo

    A travel blog entry by nickjones on May 03, 2014

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    My first outing in Egypt is a brisk walk to Tahrir Square. From my hotel, a rather fine and reasonably priced former palace recommended by a former Finance Minister of this country, it is a 30-minute walk along the north shore of Zamalek Island and across a bridge. I arrive with some trepidation, given this is the equivalent of marching up to Place de la Concorde in 1794, but (luckily for me) all is calm today! Cairo, it turns out, is much like ...


    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 16, 2013

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    After our ridiculous overnight bus trip we finally arrived at our hotel in Cairo at 4:30am, two and a half hours later than we were supposed to! We checked in and headed straight up to bed for a sleep, before being woken up again at 7:30. We were so tired. We decided to stay in bed and skip breakfast for an extra half hours sleep, then met everyone downstairs 5 minutes late... Oops! Nardeen was there to be our tour guide for the day, so we all got on the bus with her and George ...

    Partying with a de facto head of state

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 16, 2013

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    ... do land ourselves in the most unlikely of situations.*

    Meanwhile the dancing is getting well underway and I can no longer deflect the calls to dance. While rotund mamas take it in turns to enter into a belly dance-like dialogue with the bride, I settle for a discreet place on the edge of a circle of women and girls that forms around them. But this was not destined to be, and before I know it I've been grabbed by the hands by a crowd of beaming old ladies and am ...

    Coptic Cairo

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 15, 2013

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    ... city of the dead, the citadel and an unfinished museum.
    Romans had a fortress and defeated the Byzantines in 641. This had been an important commercial area. The Pharonic Canal from the Red Sea to the the Nile ended here until the 8th century century AD. It was called the Candle Fortress or Babylon Fortress.

    It is believed that St Mark's family hosted the last supper. During 60-68 AD St Mark became the first patriarch and founder of the Egyptian church. ...