Pharaohs Hotel & Casino

Address: 12 Lotfi Hassouna Street, Giza, 12411, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 12 Lotfi Hassouna Street, Giza, is near Kefre, the second pyramid, Cairo Tower, Hanging Church (El Muallaqa, Sitt Mariam, St Mary), and Ramses Statue.
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    A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on May 06, 2014

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    ... Tut Ankh Amun which wasn't the biggest or most glamorous of tombs but it was found fully in tact and unraided by thieves. His mummy was kept inside for viewing and we later saw all his riches at the Egyptian museum in Cairo. Now that is an impressive museum! We had a 3 hour guided tour and we barely skimmed the surface of all that was inside. Other mummies we saw were the golden mummies that were a little unique and then many at the Egyptian museum. I had to laugh at the one ...

    Camp with alchemist

    A travel blog entry by terryxu on Oct 25, 2013

    I started to dig into the dune in order to find the treasure. I fought with the wind from the desert, exhaustion and thirsty, but I still could not find the treasure!
    Two men appeared and they thought I was hiding things there. I told them there was gold here because I had a dream of it, but they laughed at ...

    The Valley of the Kings

    A travel blog entry by wanderingnomad- on Sep 29, 2012

    17 photos

    ... the neighbouring hills. Unfortunately nearly every single one of the tombs has been raided at some stage and although the structure and carvings are all intact all the treasures and mummies in most tombs had been stolen. Strangely enough most of the raids happened in ancient times rather than in modern ones. The reason for King Tut being so famous is due to the fact that his tomb was found intact and sealed with his mummy, sarcophagus and gold treasures still in there.

    Eventually ...

    Drive Like an Egyptian

    A travel blog entry by tabasamu2010 on Aug 09, 2010

    14 photos

    ... put our luggage in the hotel. His parking spot was quickly noticed by two traffic police officials, who requested our driver to remove his vehicle. The taxi driver mumbled that the Traffic Police is very angry people. He drove about 30 metres forward and again parked halfway in the road. The Traffic police officials noticed our new parking spot and this time there was an exchange of words and I could see the tension ...

    ( AL-FUSTAT, EGYPT; FEB 7 730 )

    A travel blog entry by ashmoney on Feb 07, 1970

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    I think the both of us are beginning to grow weary of this trip, but we are far from finished. I never thought I would be one for homesickness, but it's become my best friend in the past few months. I think I prefer it over Waymon, actually. The weather is blistering and I feel as if my feet are forming blisters, despite being on camel for a high percentage of the part. It feels as though my ...