Pension Vienna

Address: 26 Muhammad Bassiyuny, Cairo, Egypt | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Cairo

Crazy Cairo

A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 10, 2014

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... Minister of Egypt. Not being able to get a gig in the church, or anywhere near it for that matter meant that our plans changed slightly.Our first stop instead was the Ben Ezra synagogue which we spent a little time in, it is interesting that it is still in active service as the Jewish population of Cairo is tiny.From the synagogue we next went to the Church of St Barbara which although rather small was interesting and actually holds an underground crypt.With these 2 ...

121-163

A travel blog entry by kristinkulik on Mar 26, 2014

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... the tribesman let them go because what the alchemist was saying was amusing to them. They proceeded with their journey. On one afternoon they passed along and encampment of one of the tribes. The tribe guards let them pass. When the sun was setting, hundreds of horsemen appeared. The two were sent to a nearby military camp and were asked questions. After six days passed by Santiago and the alchemist were free. After a few days the alchemist ...

Weddings and the crash

A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 16, 2013

... dry ice, this much; a slightly less posh type of chair, this much; no disco ball. I realise I'm craving the space for originality, the splash of colour and warmth of personal touch. Many a time I've seen the area in front of a shop on the street or 'ahuwa' coffee houses adorned with awnings of the vibrantly patterned red, blue and gold traditional fabric, held up tent poles entwined with strings of lights, and chairs to seat a great crowd still laid out: the remains of ...

Egyptology 101 - Temples

A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 03, 2013

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Here are some commonalities of Egyptian temples and the ancient beliefs:

The temples were constructed on sacred sites. They were the homes of the gods where daily rituals were performed. The pharaohs were intermediaries between gods and humans, or high priests. All temples are laid out the same way and are located on the east side of the Nile (life).

The main gate represents three things: Egypt as the East and West Bank and the Nile in between, ...

Hiking through the desert tombs in Saqqara

A travel blog entry by wanderingnomad- on Sep 27, 2012

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... and then we decided to have a move night in. Hadi headed out and brought back an armful of junk food and snacks for us before he headed to bed. May, Mohamed and I set up the conference room in his apartment to be the perfect movie watching room and we curled up on chairs as Mohamed projected the movie on the wall in front of us. I watched in amusement as he frantically dove for the remote when a premarital sex scene appeared on the screen to fast forward through it. ...