Pension Vienna

Address: 26 Muhammad Bassiyuny, Cairo, Egypt | Hotel
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Egypt.

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Sep 03, 2014

... done the same thing last time and I had asked Ahmed if they still did it. Unfortunately he said that Gecko's was no longer including them in the itinerary, which I thought was a huge shame. But because I asked he said he was happy to call Omar the head of the Nubian family and ask if he was happy to host us for dinner. So he picked us up and we motored south on the Nile for a bit. Took a bit longer than normal because the current was quite strong. Then he walked us through his ...

Pyramids and Artifacts

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 22, 2014

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... slope all the way up. Finally at the end there was a hand carved empty room. Everything had been completely removed minus a painting of the date and name of the discoverer of the tomb. We completed the Pyramids and then went to view the Spinx. We walked around the area, took a few photos and then were off. After seeing the main sights I was more than happy with my Egyptian experience. Before dinner our group was guided to a papyrus factory where we were taught ...

Egypt

A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on May 06, 2014

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... but it was on prime real estate overlooking the Nile. Not only was there a Micky D's in Aswan but there were chips (crisps for all you non North Americans). Not Uganda/Kenya style chips where every flavour tastes the same (grease) but they were just like home. They even had salt and vinegar! Yum. Now that I have confessed I feel like I can share what I did beyond that :) My first full day in Egypt was spent driving virtually all the way back down lake Nasser which we had just taken ...

Partying with a de facto head of state

A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 16, 2013

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... Egyptian eyes. Sure, globalization is a worry, but things are always absorbed into cultures and used in a way fitting to them. So cutting edge 20th Century sound amplification, for instance, in a forthright and emotionally expressive Arab country is perfect for ramping up the music in your tuktuk as you cruise the streets looking for custom, and for the mosque who want their prayer call to be REALLY well heard, and for the streets ricocheting with the deafening ...

Coptic Cairo

A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 15, 2013

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... a fascinating icon of he holy family traveling to Egypt with another woman, she must have been a relative. The Holy Family lived on this site in the crypt and drank from the well displyed.

Omar was shocked that the crypt was open. It has never been opened in all of his years of guiding.

We also walked to the Ben Ezra synagogue. It was originally a church, but the patriarch could not pay the taxes so he sold to Jews. It was believed to be the site ...