Middle East Hotel

85 King Faisal Street, Giza, 42111, Egypt | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $34.00
 

Travel Blogs from Giza

Day 10

A travel blog entry by avaamberhorses

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... wind arose, it grew stronger and very powerful. He then went to the sun and asked the sun. The sun told him what he knows from his point of view (literally). The wind listeners closely to them, and the sun recommended that he spoke to the hands that created everything and the wind screamed and blew stronger than ever with agreement. Santiago turned to the creation hands. In this he saw the soul of the world. The soul of god, which he ...

Walk Like An Egyptian

A travel blog entry by gregd999

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... the Great Pyramid, the last survivor of the Seven Wonders of the World. Yep it's big. Had lots of facts and figures thrown at us about its age and height and builder and architect and discoverer, but really you only need to remember two things - it's big and it's old.

You hear the words that the Great Pyramid was built about 2600 BC and nod wisely, but standing there I realised that this was 1000 years before Moses was born. For ...

The last station

A travel blog entry by daiyhe

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... monk and left one for himself. He told me that no matter what he does, every person on earth plays a central role in the history of the world. And normally he doesn't know it.

Now, I need to go to Egypt to find my treasure!

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Great Pyramids: Mission Accomplished!

A travel blog entry by damangela

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... Sharm for Cairo or Luxor due to the outbreak of violence, and that we should not go back to Dahab because Sharm is much more beautiful. Sharm was nothing more than a tourist trap. No character. No soul. Bad food even in recommended places.

After two days we happily left Sharm on the 5pm bus to Cairo.

The 7 hour bus ride was filled to capacity. I was the only female on the bus in a country where females are rarely seen. A very daunting ...

Part I - The Egyptian Museum

A travel blog entry by theresabill

... means the beautiful stranger. The king was so religious that he did not want to go to war, so a large portion of the Empire was lost during this time. After his death, his cartouche has been removed which means someone wanted revenge, not theft.

The Tutankhamen exhibit was by far the most stunning, he became king at age 9 after the death of King Akhenaten and he married his half sister/cousin, Ankhesenamum at age 10. He changed his ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 85 King Faisal Street, Giza, is near Mohamed Ali Mosque (Citadel of Saladin), Solar Boat Museum, Al-Fayoum Oasis, and National Geographic Society Museum.
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