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No official word. But from then on the only traces of shena****ns that could pester the poor well-meaning government are the stalls selling their revolutionary merchandise.
The fact is, the people don't need Egyptian flag sweatbands and vendetta masks to remind themselves how things are.
'Life before the revolution was in many ways OK,' states my friend as we sit, a group of us, underneath the restaurant's one laboring fan on ...
... store, purchased a few paintings as they were absolutely beautiful and the guy gave me a good deal. Next up was the pyramids! It took a little while to get there, but we stopped along the way to take some pictures. Once there he took me to a stable to get either a horse or camel to ride up to the pyramids. They told me that I needed to take one of these and you cannot go on foot. I chose horse, and the long tour which included all of the pyramids plus the tombs and ...
... s at my window inspecting my passport (thank goodness the Mogama delivered). 'She can stay here. You come with me, lad,' he addresses Amr. Gulp.
Once again, the assembled passengers are plunged into a strained silence. Choosing to keep my mouth buttoned rather than attempt an awkward joke, I focus my attention on a sign up ahead: FOREINGERS FORBIDDEN PAST THIS POINT. Ah, I see.
My companions are discussing the situation quietly amongst themselves, and ...
... I couldn’t believe I was down there! I have always know I would come to Egypt and see the pyramids in the sphinx, I NEVER in my life imagined I would be able to go into a pyramid tomb. But wait, there’s more! He then took us “next door” to the mastaba pyramid of Kagemni, the tom of Titi’s son-in-law, a nobleman and high priest (2340 BC). This tomb, above ground, held magnificently detailed carvings of daily ...
... been quite bad to tourist, we got to see it first hand at our first stop. This is the only place where they seemed full force inside a site making in incredibly difficult to see anything even if the great pyramid is 138 meters tall. These men would deliberately get into your shots with their camels and become aggressive if you didn't pay them, others selling **** would follow you around constantly in your face no matter how many times you tell them to go away they still ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Mayourka Hotel Cairo
Other places to stay in Cairo
وسط البلد, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $120
- Wouldn't have changed a thing
- Shame about the AirConditioning
- Good hotel, lousy food
باب البحر, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $202
- Un hotel con mucho ruido, mal ubicado para turistas
- Excellent hotel
- Ups and Downs
وسط البلد, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $143
- Very good choice
- Mixed, but mostly positive feelings
- Club services not up to scratch
Al Uruba, Heliopolis, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $109
قصر الدبر, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $146
- I was disappointed.
- Great Views,Poor serivce in reception
- Central and comfortable
وسط البلد, Cairo | 4 star hotelfrom $133
زمالك, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $164
- Loved this place !!!
- Value for money but rooms desperately need renovation
- Great week
Ring Road- Mirage City, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $152
- Great Hotel
- Nice hotel, shame about the location
- Fabulus service.
3 El Thawra Council St Zamalek, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $152
- Loved the Sofitel El Gezirah
- Me encantó el Sofitel El Gezirah
- J'ai adoré le Sofitel El Gezirah
65 Abd El Hamid Badawi st, Heliopolis, Cairo | 4 star hotelfrom $91
- Family friendly
- Accueillant pour les familles
- Nice hotel with good customer service
60 Giza Street, Cairo | 4 star hotelfrom $78
- There are better hotels in Cairo
- Enjoyed Pyramisa Immensely
- Just okay
1, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $224
- Calm and Elegant
- Pure Luxury.
- Great Cairo Hotel
51, Al Orouba Street, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $84
- Mi è davvero piaciuto
- Simply loved it
بولاق, Cairo | 4 star hotel
- Great value & Superb location
- Poor show!
- Helpful and friendly staff throughout
1115 Cornish El Nile, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $77
- Cairo Landmark
- Bad sevice Corrupt staff
- Very Helpful Staff
يلهاماشيجي, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $107
Abdel Hamid Badawi Street Extension, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $100
3 El Tayaran Street, Nasr City, Cairo | 4 star hotelfrom $81
Emtedad Makram Obeid Street, Cairo | 4 star hotelfrom $198
El Shaheed Sayed Zakaria Street, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $164
PO Box 8 Cairo Airport, Cairo | 4 star hotelfrom $81
وسط البلد, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $179
Ext. 26th of July St., Cairo | 4 star hotelfrom $79
300 Pyramdis Road, Cairo | 3 star hotelfrom $55
زمالك, Cairo | 3 star hotelfrom $96
- Great value for money - loved the Golden Tulip Hotel
- Very good hotel
- Good location
3 Saraya El Gezira street Zamalek, Cairo | 4 star hotelfrom $93