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, Hanging Church (El Muallaqa, Sitt Mariam, St Mary), Cairo Tower, and Ramses Statue.
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    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Sep 03, 2014

    ... through a water pipe) after dinner. It was a lot stronger than then the flavored ones you get everywhere that the tourists usually have! It gave me a head spin after just one breath in! After we were boated back to the other side of the Nile and headed back into our hotel. On the way we saw a wedding lots of colour and noise! The next day or a few hours later. We were woken up at 3am so we could join the police escorted convoy down to Abu Simbel. They have a police escort so they ...


    A travel blog entry by wafflefrost on Mar 28, 2014

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    Santiago makes his way to a desert where he meets an English man. They both needed to meet the alchemist so they traveled together. He comes to a small town oasis and meets a girl. He falls in love and asks her to marry him. She says no because she wants him to follow his personal legend. He starts his journey to the alchemist and has a vision of an army attacking the oasis. He makes his way back and tells them. Later he leaves and meets a man on a horse. They talk in a violent manner ...

    Crossing the Nile

    A travel blog entry by abwoodmansee on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... the history of Egypt, but I had a hard time paying attention because I was too enthralled with the scenes outside the window - carts pulled by donkeys, all varieties of motorized transportation contraptions, women in burquas, fruit stands, ramshackle houses and apartment buildings peppered with all sorts of crops, abundant tomatoes and huge cauliflower, traffic zipping everywhere, papyrus-lined canals - and then the street bends and BAM - the three giant pyramids of ...

    All eyes to the 30th

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Jun 26, 2013

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    ... is a tiny Sudanese establishment that gets a stream of business by word of mouth. Our friend, a junior architect, has joined us here after one of a string of interviews as he hunts around for jobs with better salaries. Even for an experienced graduate, the difference in pay between these companies is marginal, and all salaries are capped at a measly amount.

    'The economic situation is not pretty,' he states. 'Prices now have gone up to four ...

    Goodbye Cairo

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

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    ... me and I pulled myself to the side of the walkway. The station was very gritty and dim. There were several harsh fluorescent lights which kept the platform adequately illuminated and a fair few Egyptian people milling around talking loudly in Arabic. I was left clutching a ticket that I couldn’t read in one hand and my camera bag in the other. I had nothing else. It was completely dark now and I looked around to find a place to sit and process what ...