Pharaohs Palace Hostel

Address: 26 Kasr El Nil st., Cairo, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the وسط البلد area of Cairo, is near Kefre, the second pyramid, Ramses Statue, Gayer-Anderson Museum (Bayt al-Kiritliya), and Colossus of Ramses II.
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    (days 1-21/121) SECTION 1: Pharaoh's Delight

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 09, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... however has come as the sandy tracks that the tour used to traverse in the Nubian Desert, have been replaced by smooth Chinese funded tarmac. This section ends with a convoy ride into the Sudanese capital city of Khartoum, which sits at the confluence of the Blue and White Nile rivers. After the heat and dust of the desert, Khartoum seems to be part oasis and part mirage.

    The “Pharaoh’s Delight” is for those who want to ...

    Pyramids, wind, sand and 8 strangers

    A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Jan 06, 2015


    ... last night, and I feel for them. Bikes not arrived, one guy has nothing but what he travel in. He was very happy I kept the toothbrush from the plane, he enjoyed brushing his teeth very much, after a long travel time. So off we go, man, the driving is insane! how the two taxies stayed together is beyond me. But we got money exchanged, and the first glimpse of the pyramids! oh!!!!!! the butterflies! or that might been the driving. Kinda sketchy but we got to ...

    Trip of a Lifetime - You should go now!

    A travel blog entry by gayleschmidt on Oct 09, 2014

    16 photos

    ... the other side of the lake where we visited the temple of Amada. It is the oldest surviving temple in Nubia and was built by Thutmose III. We returned to the boat for cocktails and dinner.

    Day Ten

    Buffet breakfast was served at 6:30am and we joined the shore excursion to Wadi El Seboua. We toured the temple of Dakka dedicated to the ibis-headed Thoth and the nearby Greco-Roman temple of Meharakka. It was fantastically remote ...

    A Day in Cairo

    A travel blog entry by shawnbuckle on Apr 27, 2014

    17 photos

    ... palpable at every site we visited. Where there used to throngs of tourists, line-ups of cars and people, there was next-to-no-one present. At the Dashur site, where you would have traditionally waited 2-hours to get into the pyramid, we were the only people there, getting free reign of the place. While it made for good pictures, the workers and hawkers onsite were that much more dependent on selling to the 2 or 3 daily groups. While most were not ...

    Walking Like An Egyptian

    A travel blog entry by vmason on Apr 07, 2014

    11 photos

    ... and honing my bargaining skills. 3) Koshari, local street food and it is delicious! 4) The driving - the flow of traffic will be going one way and then the odd vehicle will come against the grain, or even slice diagonally across the flow of traffic. There are no rule,s virtually no lights, just honking and pushing your way, anything goes. While pedestrians race across the highway like something out of Frogger and the odd donkey trots next to traffic. So entertaining (and there seem ...