Hilton Cairo Zamalek Residences

Address: 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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      Cairo: tombs, treasures, and traffic

      A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 08, 2015

      1 comment, 8 photos

      Hello from Egypt! Luke and I finally made it here on Jan 6th, thankfully only a day later than we had planned. Unfortunately our bad travel karma continued, and we arrived in Cairo without any sign of our luggage. Since our last blog post detailed our travel woes, I'll spare you all from a rant about how difficult it is to track down bags in a foreign country. But I will say after these past couple days, United airlines is definitely on the ...

      Pyramids and Sphinx day

      A travel blog entry by judykermode on Nov 23, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... show which uses the pyramids, sphinx and surrounding features along with sound and light effects to tell you the history of the place. It was cold sitting outside. Some of you have asked about the heat. The first couple of days were quite warm but not overly so. Since then it has been about 20 but cold at night (and night begins at about 5.30pm.) Next morning...we have spent the morning travelling to Alexandria (about 4+ ...


      A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Sep 03, 2014

      ... t really treat the horses very well and they smashed up a bus after asking the tourists to get off it and told the tour companies they would keep doing that unless they started using them. The rest of the day we spent on the boat cruising up the Nile. We got to the loch at about 1pm but had to wait for two other boats to go through. Ahmed told us that before the Revolution there had been 800 cruise boats running, when I was there the first time they had 200 running now there was ...


      A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on May 06, 2014

      62 photos

      ... 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 full ...

      Egypt Part 1: Cairo, Aswan, and Abu Simbel

      A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Dec 17, 2013

      153 photos

      ... no escort. Arriving in Abu Simbel, we ran through the gauntlet of strategically placed shops, as in every tourist destination in the world, and got the the temples. Originally, these temples were at a lower level, but with the creation of the Aswan Dam, UNESCO sponsored their relocation to higher ground to keep them from being submerged under water. A pretty impressive undertaking to remove a large chunk of mountain off the side of the Nile, as the states are carved out of the ...