Catherine Plaza Hotel

Address: Wadi El Raha St , Saint Catherine, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Wadi El Raha St , Saint Catherine.
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      Why you should travel to Egypt?

      A travel blog entry by marian_trice on Dec 11, 2014

      ... spot and capital city which is home to almost 10 million people. Besides the pyramids, Cairo is also home to many ancient monuments from different ages, and the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, also known as Cairo Museum, contains literally thousands of ancient artifacts from Egypt's Pharaonic era. If you're into shopping, Khan El-Khalili is a medieval market (souk)that is filled with majestic lane ways, hand-made crafts and souvenirs as well as local ...

      Egypt - My Experience

      A travel blog entry by jade.nicole on Apr 20, 2014

      6 comments, 14 photos

      ... times, you can take photos all over the site. There is also an ancient crocodile museum on the way out which shows the mummification process of the crocs and some great pieces from this period. Also there is a guy with pet cobras just near the site, you can get a photo holding a cobra if your game, I did, loved it.. but you need to pay him like 5EGP for the photo, I reckon it was worth it.

      Valley of the Kings - for an Egyptian history lover like myself, ...

      Skiing on Mount Sinai?

      A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 09, 2013

      5 photos

      ... the winding little lanes, towers and staircases of the tiny place, and doing a cartoon-style double take on the chapel priest who having been wafting around chatting to the public in speedy Egyptian Arabic suddenly switches to native English to answer a tourist's question – in a Kiwi accent no less – (how he came to be priest there I don't know) we set off up the mountain to see how far we can get. To make the summit takes ...

      Check Points.

      A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 04, 2013

      3 photos

      ... is Khasayim, who will taking us to Mount Sinai today.

      I install myself in the back seat and we're soon on the winding roads cutting a path inland through the stark mountainous scenery. We climb steadily for an hour, sometimes navigating hairy bends where the cliff faces bear over and close you in from above, other times the landscape opening out into stretches of desert where kids in weathered dresses tug a bunch of baby camels ...

      The most peaceful experience ever.

      A travel blog entry by lanaharris on Apr 14, 2013

      3 photos

      ... to know my guide and learned a lot about camels. There are different types of camels. The ones we rode up the mountain were much smaller than the ones by the pyramids. Camels see very well at night and it is better not to use a flashlight. They are very sure - footed so just let them go, and hang on for the ride. They only need to drink water every 5 to 7 days. They seem pretty good natured.