Pharaoh Egypt Hotel

11 Ahmed Orabi Street, Cairo, 12411, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 11 Ahmed Orabi Street, Cairo, is near Great Pyramid of Cheops (Khufu), Khafre's Pyramid, Dr. Ragab's Pharaonic Village, and Mena House Oberoi Golf Course.
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    Egypt part 3: cairo 3 citadel and Coptic cairo

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 20, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... note, you can't help but wish the country was more developed. This is probably my inner Singaporean rearing its head but Egypt is rife with mismanagement, inefficiency and corruption. If Sadat or Nasser were alive today, I'm certain they would be sorely disappointed by their successor/successors. Maybe it's too much to wish that Mubarak was a lee kuan yew, deng xiao ping, insert any head of the Asian tigers. Clearly shows that one man can make a ...

    Cairo, Week 1

    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Aug 23, 2013

    5 comments, 27 photos

    ... bars (Cadbury Dairy Milk) for LE16.50 ($2.36), but was asked to pay LE 90 ($12.85) for a tube of mascara. I paid LE 90 for a towel at one store, but could have gotten a comparable towel for LE 50 at another. We have gone to dinner every night since I arrived and have paid anywhere from LE 35 to LE 65 for a meal. At one place I paid LE 50 for a full chicken dinner with soda. ($7.14). I have gone to the Grand Mall to check out their prices, and the school bus took us ...

    Raiders of the Lost Ark

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jun 12, 2013

    ... one final point that I'd like to touch on, even if it barely scrapes by as travel-related. This is the third country that I've visited that is predominantly Muslim (the Maldives, Dubai and now Egypt). With everything that's been going on in the news recently, while I know that people are angry, upset and looking for an outlet for these emotions, it should always be remembered that the hysteria that breeds in the media is nothing but that: hysterical ******** intended to stir people ...

    The Pyramids of Dahshur & Giza

    A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Mar 16, 2013

    36 photos

    ... ramps made slippery with Nile mud to their designated place. I have never believed a sand ramp could withstand such usage.

    While in Aswan, we purchased a book entitled the “Art and History of Egypt” by Alberto Carpiceci which has a more logical answer as to how the pyramids were built. Five thousand years ago, Herodotus described a machine that could be used to lift huge weights from one level to a higher level. Four thousand years ago, ...

    Blazing a Trail...

    A travel blog entry by babamissesyou on Feb 27, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... were also told this is one of the ways they employ locals in this desperate economy. We ended up going through 8 check points, and at each, our previous police escort would leave and we would pick up another. At one point we actually had an escort in front of us and one behind. Several times we had to stop and wait, sitting on the bus, for our new escort to arrive. At one point, we actually got off the bus as dusk, waiting for a caravan to come, because the ...