Minamar Museum Hotel

Address: 13, Meret Bacha, 5th floor Tahrir Square , Cairo, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13, Meret Bacha, 5th floor Tahrir Square , Cairo, is near Khan Al-Khalili, Manyal Palace Museum, El Gawhara (Jewel) Palace Museum, and Mastaba of Ptah-Hotep and Akhti-Hotep.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Minamar Museum Hotel Cairo

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Cairo

(days 1-21/121) SECTION 1: Pharaoh's Delight

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 09, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

... br> 3=Average, Some long and tough days with shorter less challenging days mixed in, environment and terrain are more of a factor;
4=Challenging, Longer days, harsher environments (eg temperature, winds) and terrain (rough dirt, gravel roads) become a factor;
5=Hard, Expect lots of climbing, long days and bad roads. Expect the unexpected. Train with days like this in mind and come prepared to suffer.

Far Out Factor: 3/5

Cairo (tourist mode) The Nilometer

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 06, 2015

4 comments, 18 photos

... that they were beholden to. An ideal flood filled the Nilometer to the 16 cubit mark.
Less could mean drought or famine, while more cou An amazing area of Greek Orthodox church, plus there is a synagogue there and sld mean a catastrophic flood.
Because of its importance in determining the area's prosperity, the Cairo Nilometer was an important trigger for the medieval celebration of Fath al-Khalij, the festival of the Opening of the ...

Trip of a Lifetime - You should go now!

A travel blog entry by gayleschmidt on Oct 09, 2014

16 photos

... Sound and Light Show at Karnak Temple which we choose not to attend. At 9:00 pm there was entertainment in the Abstract Lounge. A Traditional Belly Dancer and a Whirling Dervish performed. The Whirling Dervish put on quite a show. I don't know how he didn't pass out from all the twirling he did.

Day Five

Buffet Breakfast then on to the Valley of the Kings. Cameras were not allowed. The tomb of "Tut" was an extra charge, ...

Walking Like An Egyptian

A travel blog entry by vmason on Apr 07, 2014

11 photos

... I was just there and you could’ve fooled me.

The Egyptian people were so gracious and warm and welcoming, they would cry out to us in the streets, “The tourists are coming back, I’m so happy!” It’s been a dry spell for them for the better part of three years which, in a country that depends so heavily on tourism, is devastating. Employees for the tour company we traveled with have had to pull their kids out of private school because the ...

The Pyramids of Giza

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 11, 2013

42 photos

... of us all jumping, walking like Egyptians and all that. It was so fun! When we all had enough photos there, we took it in turns to get up on a camel that a local had there, whose name was Charlie Brown! When the camel stood up, it was pretty scary, cos you thought you were going to fall! First forwards when he got his hind legs halfway up, then backwards when he got his front legs all the way up! But it was very cool. Just casually riding a camel in front of the pyramids!! ...