Hilton Cairo Zamalek Residences

21 Mohamed Mazhar St., Cairo, 11211, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the زمالك area of Cairo, is near Mohamed Ali Mosque (Citadel of Saladin), Citadel (Al-Qalaa), Solar Boat Museum, and Temple of Ramesses II.
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    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    Adventures in Cairo

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 21, 2014

    44 photos

    ... him back to his shop where he called up a friend who came to pick us up a few minutes later. We jumped in the car and the first stop he took us to was a shop. We immediately walked in and told him we weren't interested. We just wanted to go to the Citadel. Our driver convinced us for the price that the Citadel charges we would be better off viewing it from the outside and then viewing one of the smaller mosques for the same effect. We were okay with that. He drove us ...

    Getting to School

    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Aug 28, 2013

    6 comments, 11 photos

    ... Principals and all the other new teachers. There are about 30 of us. We learned that all in all, there are about 1600 students and 700 staff among the four schools at this campus - Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle and High Schools. Each school has a Principal and two Assistant Principals. There is one Tech Center with 120 computers, 6 Computer Labs and additional lap top labs or Computers on Wheels (CoWS). There are three basic rules at the campus; I ...

    Raiders of the Lost Ark

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jun 12, 2013

    ... to the fullest. The surface looks like it was sandpapered smooth with some 2000-grit and the proportions and small muscle and bone details on the limbs look like the product of modern machinery. The statue shows Rameses in full dress with belt buckle and head decoration, all millimetre perfect. But this was all done by hand thousands of years ago. On a small scale this would be highly respectable, but for something that looks to be between twenty and thirty metres tall, carved from ...

    The Gizeh Plateau

    A travel blog entry by luc.larocque on Apr 16, 2013

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... the Sphinx is an impressive monument, Sebastien thought it would have been much bigger. The nose was taken away by one the Muslim rulers. The beard is exposed at the British Museum in London. The statue is quite defaced but you can easily make out the face of a pharaoh on the body of a lion. Quite regal!

    We then visited a papyrus making store. This was quite a learning experience. This store still makes its own paper and sells images of ...

    Welcome to the Land of the Pharaohs

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Feb 28, 2013

    1 comment, 28 photos

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    There was no line at the Immigration desk at all! They sent us to the bank window to buy our $15 Visa (10 seconds) and processed us within seconds while being friendly and efficient. We got our luggage, Egyptian Pounds at the ATM, and a Vodafone SIM card at the airport arrival hall.

    On the curb, we met Alexander, a young Arabic speaking Canadian Muslim guy who teaches
    English and studies ...