Pharaoh Egypt Hotel

Address: 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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    Travel Blogs from Cairo

    Crazy Cairo

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 10, 2014

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    ... action, what started as a verbal disagreement between 2 of the hawkers about who could and couldn't come in to sell scarves soon degenerated into a full on fight with punches and kicks flying wildly and landing. Entertaining as it was it blocked our exit so we had to wait patiently for a gap before dashing past the melee.
    Out of the danger zone it was back into the van to take on the danger of the road to the Antiquities Museum. The museum itself is over a hundred years ...

    Personal entry

    A travel blog entry by jademona on Mar 27, 2014

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    Do you know any adults who have given up on their personal legend?
    My grandmother (mom's mom) always dreamed of being a writer, and having her work published or made into shows. She worked on writing for 25 years, some of her scrips she gave up on and a few got stolen. She wrote a book, and right at the end she gave up. She wasn't brave and she didn't take risks. Her life was difficult, so when things that didn't NEED to happen were too difficult, she gave up. ...

    "Bye Bye, Pyramids!"

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 29, 2013

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    ... and telling me the way I wanted to go was not allowed, I called him out on his ********, and took the ticket from his hand. Fortunately he gave up and left. And I could wander around in peace. Besides ignoring the halfhearted attempts to get me to ride a camel and one more spontaneous tour guide, that is. It was very quiet in the entire area. Every guide book I had read had warned me about the crowds and the chaos at the Pyramids, but in the hour and ...

    All eyes to the 30th

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Jun 26, 2013

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    ... we wanted when we tipped Mubarak. Leave the rest to unfold by itself'. Then again – and I exclude a normal amount of 'grass is always greener' syndrome – perhaps a political system inadequate enough to make people look favorably on the days of Mubarak the Dictator may be enough to gather the people in force again.

    *Will be catching up on the rest of the year's events now school is finished, as I spend July in Cairo*


    Goodbye Cairo

    A travel blog entry by wanderingnomad- on Sep 28, 2012

    10 photos

    ... his daughter. I'm not really sure why they found me fascinating enough to take a photo of. I'm not sure if it's just because I was white and young or because their little girl seemed so enamoured with me. It was cute nonetheless. We played the smiling game for awhile longer until their train arrived. I assumed in wasn't the train I needed as the other tourists behind me hadn't moved. After my exchange with the little girl I was feeling very special to have ...