Husa Gawharet El Ahram

Address: 103, Al Ahram St, Giza, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 103, Al Ahram St, Giza, is near Great Pyramid of Cheops (Khufu), Khafre's Pyramid, Dr. Ragab's Pharaonic Village, and Mena House Oberoi Golf Course.
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What Egypt has to offer to Adventure lovers!

A travel blog entry by marian_trice on Dec 11, 2014

... such asEin El-Sokhna, MarsaAlam, Dahab and others!

Parasailing mainly is scary to those who fear heights, but you should not worry as it is really safe. You can enjoy parasailing in the following cities on Egypt's red sea shores: Hurghada, Dahab, Sharm El-Sheikh, MarsaAlam as well as in the massive Marina resort, which is located on Egypt's north coast at the shores of the Mediterranean.

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Crazy Cairo

A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 10, 2014

48 photos

... the veal ribs which were in fact chops.Dinner was delicious but tiring with a lot of the menu needing translating, it probably didn't help that we were all still going from our 3am start.After dinner it was a short walk back to our hotel where we finally hit the mattress for a well-deserved night’s sleep, even the endless honking and beeping outside couldn't keep us from that!
Day 2 started with breakfast in our hotel, some of the group had opted for a day trip ...

Pyramids and Gizza

A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 31, 2014

21 photos

... one filthy city with rubbish and sand piled up everywhere. But we did not feel as unsafe as we did in Naples. We were greeted by lots of children asking what is your name and saying welcome to Egypt. They must be told to say that. Generally the people are very friendly and although some have the ulterior motive of getting cash out of us, most a gracious when you say no and wish you a good day or stay. We saw the housing and little shops all with ...

Drifting Down The Nile

A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Dec 26, 2013

9 photos

... condition. The highlight, of course, was the Tutankhamun room, with the famous burial mask and mummy found inside the 3 shrines that fit together 'russian doll' style, the gilded bier (bed), thrones and lots more. Sorry, but you weren't allowed to take photos so I can't really show you, but it was just as good as the pictures make out.

Needing a break, our guide bought us lunch of our choosing, falafel for Greg and koshari for ...

Turkish Delight

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea on Dec 24, 2013

3 comments, 32 photos

... We made it there just in time to watch the sun go down from the beachside boardwalk. Red Starbucks Christmas cups and a bag full of mandarin oranges helped us feel like Christmas was coming.

The next morning we were up bright and early to catch a 3 hour bus East to a new city. Pamukkale was famous for its calcium filled hillside that looked like snow-capped mountains from afar. Calcium deposits would emerge from the ground and dry over time and create multi-level pools on ...