Middle East Hotel

Address: 85 King Faisal Street, Giza, 42111, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 85 King Faisal Street, Giza, is near Ethnological Museum, Mohamed Ali Mosque (Citadel of Saladin), Solar Boat Museum, and Al-Fayoum Oasis.
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    My humps, my humps, my lovely camel humps

    A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 01, 2015

    28 photos

    ... are located here, the Red Pyramid and the Bent Pyramid. The Red pyramid is named for the red hue that it gives off due to the stone it was build from. This was the first true pyramid in Egypt. The Bent Pyramid was named because when it was first started, the Egyptians had not yet figured out the right angle of the incline, but later perfected the incline while building the Red Pyramid. Half way through construction they applied the new angle to the Bent Pyramid, giving ...

    Day 1 - Cairo-A-Go-Go

    A travel blog entry by arigney87 on May 16, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... in SoCal during the annual fires.

    History Lesson: Tom explained that there are 91 million people who live in the country of Egypt, and 25 million of them live in Cairo. Interesting fact is that 85% of the country is Muslim, and 15% are Christian. A lot of FWM folks were curious / concerned about how that breakdown would be. All I know is I can't wait to hear the calls to prayer 5 times a day again, I haven't heard it since I was in Morocco. The city is made up of ...

    The awesome Egyptian museum!

    A travel blog entry by annieallison on Apr 18, 2015

    1 photo

    ... president as he was a previous defence minister and is known to be a very strong leader. It was also interesting to hear as Yassa said, that historically the people want their king/president to be a 'fighter/warrior' and a strong person. I guess this makes sense. A previous kings of Egypt had to be warriors in order to be king. This was a problem for the few queens that ruled Egypt (Cleopatra of course being one of them). One particular Queen, can't remember ...


    A travel blog entry by judykermode on Nov 18, 2014

    9 comments, 7 photos

    Into the busy, bustling city of Cairo. As I have already told some of you, the flight into Cairo airport was the most amazing sight. After flying over the Red Sea it is just sand dunes after sand dunes...no green at all. If you look carefully you can see some towns made up of apartments but they appear the same colour as the sand. As does Cairo from the air, helped by the smog. Getting through immigration ...


    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Sep 03, 2014

    ... had a blackout and the water be cut off in the time the others were away. It was only off for about an hour. But in that hour the room got rather hot without the air con on! It was 40 degrees that day. The others came back to the hotel and picked me up to head out for Khoshery, which is basically a pasta and rice type of bachelor food. But tastes really good! We walked back to the hotel from the restaurant through the bazaar. It was definitely smaller than last time. We were hassled ...