The Karvin Hotel

11, Mohamed Ebeid Street, off Nozha Street, Cairo, 11341, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 11, Mohamed Ebeid Street, off Nozha Street, Cairo, is near Khan Al-Khalili, Citadel (Al-Qalaa), and Temple of Ramesses II.
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    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    Crossing the Sea

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 20, 2014

    9 photos

    ... the entire time. I was in such a bubbly mood. I missed being that friendly. We chatted about travelling. I told him my story. He loved every minute of it. We talked about his thoughts on Turkey, saying that he thought the country was very sad. I told him I thought it was more quiet and relaxed. I could tell that by the way people just sit and drink tea for hours. Everyone talks so quietly. The Greeks are full ...

    Getting to School

    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Aug 28, 2013

    6 comments, 11 photos

    ... opening until the end of the month long curfew. This means we won't open until September 15th, two weeks from now. For me, this is a bonus, because it gives me two more weeks to plan and get ready - teachers NEVER feel like there is enough time to get ready. Plus we will get four additional days off.

    On those off days, many teachers are planning to go somewhere - Greece, Spain, the US, Kenya, etc. I'm thinking about going to the beach (the RED SEA ...

    Raiders of the Lost Ark

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jun 12, 2013

    ... layer it takes some mental processing for your mind to accept that you're actually there doing it for real.

    On the way back to the hostel we stopped at a papyrus manufacturers and were shown the process. Fascinating stuff. It makes paper look a bit mono-useful and wasteful in comparison. Man, these guys were clever - back in ancient times they not only found a material for writing on but they even used the outer strips of the papyrus plant to make baskets and the like. I bought ...

    Pyramids or die..

    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Mar 26, 2013

    4 photos

    ... a result of a 12th century caliphs attempt over 8 months, to destroy the triplets.

    Beyond the Pyramid of Mankaure is arid desert for as far as the eye can see, a stark contrast from the other side of the plateau which peers over the great city of Cairo and it’s 20 million inhabitants. Walking around it’s difficult to soak in the magnitude of the last remaining structures of the Ancient World because the horse and souvenir touts are relentless to the point ...

    Egypt's Museum of Antiquities

    A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Mar 17, 2013

    16 photos

    ... Pharaoh Tutankhamen are the most popular exhibit in the Museum. In second place is the Mummy Room. The Museum has 27 mummies in its collection.

    There are approximately 10 mummies on display during our visit including that of Ramses II, Egypt's longest-ruling pharaoh. Ramses II ruled Egypt for 67 years and was over 90 when he died. Hala tells us Ramses is easily recognized by his sparse henna-dyed red ...