Om Kolthoom Hotel & Tower

5 Sikkit Abu Al-Fida, Cairo, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the بولاق area of Cairo, is near Kom El-Dikka, Roman Amphitheatre, Pompey's Pillar, and Alabaster Sphinx.
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    Summary #12

    A travel blog entry by jademona on Mar 27, 2014

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    ... turn him into the wind and the desert said that it would let the wind blow its sand, but he needed to ask the wind. So Santiago asked the wind and after a while the wind agreed to blow so hard that it would cover the sun. The wind blew so hard and the sand blew in everyones faces and detached tents from the ground. Santiago asked the heaven to help him and all together the sand the wind and thee heaven connected to the soul of the soul ...

    The Pyramids of Giza

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 11, 2013

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    ... which was absolutely amazing! They were still quite far off, but already massive! When we got to the restaurant we were seated at a table with a view of the pyramids too, which was awesome! We got our meals, mine was a pasta and a whole bunch of mezes on the table to start with which was yummy too, then after a feed and a chat there, we headed off to the Giza Plateau! We got out, got our tickets, then got back in the van on the other side and drove up around the ...

    I'm Goin' To the Pyramids!

    A travel blog entry by nicoleanderson on May 30, 2013

    ... asking me lots of questions, telling me about Egypt, and even let me talk to his father and his son on the phone to say hello and be welcomed to Egypt. I was shocked to see the traffic on the way to the hostel, it was crazier than Asia! They don't stay within the lines, they create their own lanes, they don't stop at traffic lights but rather just honk on their way through the intersection hoping whoever comes the other direction hears and stops for ...


    A travel blog entry by rnb2013 on Apr 06, 2013

    1 comment, 93 photos

    ... was such an amazing landmark and was becoming a big tourist attraction it was decided that they would move the temple. They cut the temple into pieces and moved it about 200 meters higher, every part of the temple was put in exactly the same position and still in the same condition, it took four years. If you hadn't been told you wouldn't have known that it had been moved as the job is immaculate with no damage or signs of human interference. The beliefs of how and why this ...

    Pyramids or die..

    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Mar 26, 2013

    4 photos

    ... a result of a 12th century caliphs attempt over 8 months, to destroy the triplets.

    Beyond the Pyramid of Mankaure is arid desert for as far as the eye can see, a stark contrast from the other side of the plateau which peers over the great city of Cairo and it’s 20 million inhabitants. Walking around it’s difficult to soak in the magnitude of the last remaining structures of the Ancient World because the horse and souvenir touts are relentless to the point ...