Ismailia House Hotel

1 El Tahrir Sq. Downtown, Cairo, Egypt | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 1 El Tahrir Sq. Downtown, Cairo, is near Khan Al-Khalili, Manyal Palace Museum, El Gawhara (Jewel) Palace Museum, and Mastaba of Ptah-Hotep and Akhti-Hotep.
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    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    Book reflective entry

    A travel blog entry by _arianna_ on Mar 26, 2014

    1 comment

    "It is not what enters a man's mouth that's evil...it's what comes out if it." Muslims are supposed to refrain from drinking. The Alchemist and Santiago had wine together in an Islamic country (Egypt) and Santiago was concerned about it being bad. But, ...

    The Pyramids of Giza

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 11, 2013

    42 photos

    ... we asked about how much one of them were! We bargained for a while then ended up buying the set instead of just one! We continued into the sphinx area, followed by a couple of young girls selling bookmarks, who were very funny. One girl kept telling us she'd give us a special price of only one million dollars, then as we went through to the next section she told Darren "when you come back, you buy from me or I kill you!". I've never heard such a cute death threat before! So ...

    "You're Welcome Ma'm"

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 28, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... curfew would come in effect.

    Once at the airport though, my worries were over, as I didn't even have time to locate a toilet before a man carrying a sign with my name on approached me. He was the local airport rep, highly efficient and somewhat commanding (Where is your passport! You must hold your passport at all times!). In no time I was clutching my passport with a brand new visa (purchased from the bank!) and waiting in line at immigration.

    I took ...

    A perspective on Sinai

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on May 21, 2013

    2 photos

    ... the water. Abandoning my shoes in my personal cottage I pad out across the sand. Across the way I come to a circular mud brick room with swathes of tent for a roof and the cinders of a fire in the middle: we're in Bedouin country, and this is their style. Next I come to the 'restaurant': a series of low tables with cushions strewn around, walled in by friezes of our host's landscape paintings and sheltered under a pergola of dangling wind charms. The beach slopes down to ...

    What we came here for

    A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Mar 28, 2013

    14 photos

    ... scientists for thousands of years, I found it underwhelming. Made from an outcrop of stone left behind from the quarrying for the Great Pyramid, it has been buried by desert sands, excavated and repaired many times. The body of the Sphinx is almost 60 metres long and 20 metres high. It was known as 'Abu Hol' or Father of Terror to the Arabic people. We don't know who first built the statue - this is one of the mysteries of the ...