Pension Vienna

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

Welcome to Cairo

A travel blog entry by cstevens24 on May 29, 2015

... They are pretty impressive up close but the part we were all waiting for was a camel ride. I didn't like being up so high but it was great fun and we managed to get some beautiful pictures of us in our camels with the pyramids in the background. We then heard to an Egyptian cotton store full of clothing where we could purchase items if we wished. We also visited a papyrus museum which is a type of paper that was used in ancient times to write their stories on. I bought one and ...

On Tour Again

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Mar 21, 2015

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I just got back from dinner with my new tour group through Egypt. It's a small group of 16 people, a mixture of couples, friends and solo travellers. Once again I'm the only Kiwi. So far everyone seems pretty relaxed and excited for the week ahead. Just being around them seems to have reinvigorated me after the last two days.

I think my experience yesterday at the mosque and a few other things have left me a bit jaded with ...

Ma'a Salaama Egypt, Jambo Tanzania!

A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 17, 2015

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... thought of Americans. He said that despite whatever views they may have of our government (not the greatest), people are people and should be/are judged as such. And the Egyptian people are overwhelmingly kind and welcoming, frequently opening their homes and lives to two strange, nerdy American tourists. For that we are immensely grateful. We also want to take a quick moment to extend an extra special thanks to Eric and whole team ...


A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on May 06, 2014

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... the old one wasn't effective. In Ethiopia we saw huge obelisks in the north (I also learned what an obelisk is and for those that don't know as I did it is a stone pillar made out of one stone). In Aswan we got to see the granite quarry that provided the obelisks for Egypt. We also saw an unfinished obelisk and the poor people working on it had to abandon after completing much of it as they found a crack in the rock. It is also amazing how they put them up but my blog would be much ...

Giza - On the way to the Pyramids

A travel blog entry by williamnguyen on Oct 25, 2013

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... I could demonstrate powers by transforming myself into the wind. I really didn't understand what was going on. If I could not do that, they will kill me. Next three days, I tried to communicate with the wind. At that moment, the desert talked to me. Then, I talked to the wind and the sun about love and how I became the wind.
The following day, the general allowed us to continue the ...