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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      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

      ... There are no language barriers, travelling and cycling in these areas is similar in experience to what you are used to;
      2=Somewhat familiar, Some language and cultural differences create minor communication problems. Signs and directions can be more challenging;
      3=Unfamiliar, Language and Culture will be noticeably different, ease with which you order food, ask directions and communicate will be reduced significantly;

      Cairo (tourist mode) The Nilometer

      A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 06, 2015

      4 comments, 18 photos

      ... Khalij Canal originated opposite Roda Island and was blocked with an earth dam. It would be opened when the water level in the Nile River reached 16 cubits. At this level, the summer flood from the river was used to fill the canal. During the celebrations, decorated boats would crowd the river. Those who witnessed it referred to it as Cairo's most spectacular festival. Near the Nilometer was a mosque for prayers. The grand celebration was not a ...

      Trip of a Lifetime - You should go now!

      A travel blog entry by gayleschmidt on Oct 09, 2014

      16 photos

      ... goes to Egypt without seeing

      the famous tomb of Tut Ankh Amun. His mummy is there as well as one of his gold sarcophagus and golden death masks. Even though it was a small tomb, it is not to be missed. The Viking provided ticket allowed for entry to three other tombs Some were very large with beautiful walls and others very accessible and well decorated.. All the ones we chose to view were incredible. Next was Queen Hatshepsut's ...

      Walking Like An Egyptian

      A travel blog entry by vmason on Apr 07, 2014

      11 photos

      ... dried up, and that’s one of many examples. So bottom line, please don’t let the fear mongering and sensationalism of our media scare you off of visiting this culturally rich and remarkable country, you’re losing out as much as the Egyptians are if you don’t go. And besides, if ever there were a perfect time to visit Egypt, it’s now – there were no lines at the major attractions and, in some cases, we were the only ones at the Pyramids or in ...

      The Pyramids of Giza

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 11, 2013

      42 photos

      ... had a turn on the camel and got a bunch of photos, we made our way back through the throngs of sellers to the van and got back in. We drove back down until we were right next to the second pyramid. You really can't imagine how insanely huge they are until you're standing right next to them! We walked along the path next to the pyramid followed by a bunch of guys trying to sell stuff, and another bunch of Egyptian tourists, who wanted to get photos with us all. ...