New Garden Palace Hotel

Address: 11 Modareat Al Tahrir St., Cairo, 02, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the قصر الدبر area of Cairo, is near Kefre, the second pyramid, Ramses Statue, Gayer-Anderson Museum (Bayt al-Kiritliya), and Colossus of Ramses II.
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      A travel blog entry by lilkayjor on Apr 29, 2015

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      ... 8220;Wow there are so many mosques here, I’ve never seen so many in one place before!” exclaimed Jordan. “Yeah. There are so many here” agreed Lilly. “Guys what do you expect Egypt? Egypt isn‘t very far from Islam’s cultural hearth so of course they are probably going to be more religious.” Aftrer several hours of wondering Cairo we cam across a unique mosque. Outside of it we noticed a lot ...

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      A travel blog entry by judykermode on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... we entertained the onlookers who I don't think had seen a game with so much repartee. The referee was laughing at us as we gave each other heaps...not always polite. Jayne managed a win against an American ...she was over the moon. Unfortunately our second games we were not successful but Colleen and Jayne did take a game off their opponents so both had quite long matches. We finished about 7pm under floodlights ( they are turned on about 5pm). So now Colleen ...

      So you want back to Cairo...

      A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Sep 04, 2014

      ... enjoyed looking at the undulations of the sand dunes. The only green we saw was by the two branches of the Nile. We were met by Mr Moustafa, we didn't trust him really he seemed a bit false. We were picked up in a black Kia this time. We passed the time by a competition on how many cars would be broken down on the way onto Giza. Our first guesses were way too low at 5 & 6 so we revised them to 8 & 9 still too low so it was Susan 16 and Richard 17. ...

      48 hours in Cairo

      A travel blog entry by nickjones on May 03, 2014

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      ... robbed in this square weigh in my mind. But all is peaceful. As many chats with Egyptians will confirm, the country is about to vote overwhelmingly to elect General Sisi as president. One mention of Morsi, the Muslim League leader now languishing in jail after the army overthrew his (fairly elected) government, has one courteous tour guide loosing a stream of expletives. No tourism, no business - only benefits the Santa Claus characters (ie. ...

      The Pyramids of Giza

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 11, 2013

      42 photos

      ... faces were amazingly intact, and some even still had hair! Most of the bodies were wrapped in linen with just the faces exposed, but there were a few hands and arms around too! It was so freaky! It was forbidden to take photos anywhere inside the museum, but we just had to get a few sneaky shots in there, it was absolutely amazing! After that, we went to the next room, which was full of mummified animals! There were all sorts, dogs, cows, monkeys, fish, and even a couple ...