Radisson Blu Hotel, Cairo Heliopolis
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Hotel, Cairo Heliopolis
We really loved the Hotel stay. Nice room, nice food and breakfast.
But it is situated close to the airport (no noise problem), so pretty far from the center.
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... the earth since it was built almost 5000 years ago. the only bad bit about the pyramids is the constant badgering to buy ****. I did go for a head thingy and some postcards and only spent $2. (others in the group were not so lucky/ruthless). we followed the No No's policy and paid the extra to go inside one of the 3 pyramids which was cool. (been there done that. ...
... ve now left the first hostel and migrated across the Nile to the hotel to join the tour. It was a pleasant walk despite the oversized bag on my back. The problem is that now I'm in a hot climate, so all the jackets I've previously been wearing have to be packed away. This makes the load large and bulky. I'm not going to enjoy lugging that around for the next week, since I know I'll need all of these warmer items once I get back ...
... was warm for us - so off for what I hope will be a hot shower - fingers crossed.
Meeting at 7pm in the lobby to walk down the road to a cafe/restaurant place we passed on the bikes not too far away. If all else fails we can walk back up to the hotel for yet another meal in their restaurant
Just had a shower - water really TOO hot and no water from the cold tap, so had a bath instead - lovely and warm and great temperature by time got into it. Off to eat now.
... feeling a little battered.Off the metro and into a cab we were home with a bit of time to shower and relax before dinner as well as bidding farewell to a 4 of our new friends who had to start on other tours.
Dinner tonight we opted for a local place that served Syrian cuisine, funny thing to do in Egypt maybe but the menu across this part of the world is all pretty similar.We went for an entree of Fetoush salad and Kibbeh expecting similar to what we had in Petra ...
... where we had slept under the stars, included a hike up to a view point of the back desert, a visit to crystal mountain (they may have been exaggerating slightly by calling it mountain) which is a rock made totally of crystals and then the day ended relaxing at an oasis. Unfortunately that night I was essentially eaten alive by mosquitoes :( One of the things I had been most looking forward to was an overnight camel safari. It was phenomenal! Overlooking the fact that I sat on ...