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 Mohamed Ali Mosque (Citadel of Saladin), Solar Boat Museum, Al-Fayoum Oasis, and Al Amir Perfumes Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from Giza

    Day 2 The great pyramids

    A travel blog entry by oralee on Oct 26, 2014

    19 photos

    ... hall of Khufu where the mummification took place and his solar boat, the boat built to carry him to the afterlife which was not open at the time.
    Next on to Memphis a short 20kms from Cairo, once the capital of lower Egypt it is the home to the Necropolis of Ramses II. Ramses II was also known as the Great Ruler who ruled for 66 years had 135 children and over 30 wives but his most beloved wife was Nefertari. Many sites we saw ...


    A travel blog entry by wafflefrost on Mar 28, 2014

    1 photo

    Santiago makes his way to a desert where he meets an English man. They both needed to meet the alchemist so they traveled together. He comes to a small town oasis and meets a girl. He falls in love and asks her to marry him. She says no because she wants him to follow his personal legend. He starts his journey to the alchemist and has a vision of an army attacking the oasis. He makes his way back and tells them. Later he leaves and meets a man on a horse. They talk in a violent manner ...

    Turkish Delight

    A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea on Dec 24, 2013

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... for us we were the only ones there!! It was a beautiful sunny day in Selcuk; the two of us were walking through ancient ruins and not a single person in sight. There was an ancient mosque down the street but having come from Istanbul, it wasn’t too impressive. The final historical site we visited was the ruins of one of the 7th wonders of the ancient world, the Temple of Artemis. It was very odd because it was located amongst tall dead grass, surrounded ...

    Great Pyramids: Mission Accomplished!

    A travel blog entry by damangela on Jul 27, 2013

    12 photos

    ... 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 on Jun 04, 2013

    ... jars with essences, clothing, mummification beds, 365 statues of servants - one a day, more than 100 walking sticks, ostrich feather fan, a game, his chair, boats, wine jars, life size statues in black meaning the return of life, and so much more.

    On the upper floor of the museum there were many mummies that were found in the late 1800's, some are unknown cartouche missing. We did not pay extra today to see the mummies. but we ...