Royal Garden Hotel Cairo

Address: Villa Yousef Wahby, 29 Abou Hazem Street, Cairo, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Villa Yousef Wahby, 29 Abou Hazem Street, Cairo, is near Khan Al-Khalili, Manyal Palace Museum, El Gawhara (Jewel) Palace Museum, and Mastaba of Ptah-Hotep and Akhti-Hotep.
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    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Sep 03, 2014

    ... our lunch stop after that at 2pm . We had all decided to go to a seafood restaurant, which was quite nice. It had a lovely view out over the water and the amount of dips that came along with the meals was a bit crazy! After lunch we walked along the beach side around to the small fortress that was built after the Lighthouse of Alexander was destroyed by an earthquake in the 13th century. During our walk we were asked by several of the locals to have photos with them. It is ...

    Egypt part 2: cairo 2 Egyptian museum

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... I met at the hostel, and immediately tried to find a museum guide we could use. I discovered the guides had unionized and operated on a turn basis with fixed prices. We ended up with a guide named "moody" who was decent. You see, the museum was built at the turn of the 20th century, it's poorly catalogued warehouses chocked full of antiquities. Some of the sparse captions are type-written on yellowed paper, and are likely as old as the museum. There ...

    48 hours in Cairo

    A travel blog entry by nickjones on May 03, 2014

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    ... suburb that I'm sure someone has called Cairo's Manhattan). Three sights on the way back. First, the Nile. Driving from the airport you already see the fertility of the Nile Delta; it's a dusty and sunbaked city, but there is deep green vegetation, of the kind that could nourish the first big civilisation. Second, a big obeslisk on the Zamalek side. It is a twin to those I'm so familiar with from Victoria Embankment (especially), Central Park ...

    Partying with a de facto head of state

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 16, 2013

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    ... number, when I get confused at our rapport and am glad to be beckoned over by Seif.

    He points out to me a table of serious-looking men smoking on the table next to the bride and groom's. 'See that guy?' He points to one particular wiry older man, 'That's General Tantawi. He's the field marshal who was de facto head of state after the revolution last year: basically he ran the country after Mubarak went'. Yet again, my jaw drops. 'Those are all his body guards.' ...

    Coptic Cairo

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 15, 2013

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    ... of that here.

    There were many good examples of common Coptic Orthodox Church characteristics:
    Many icons (images of religious figures painted on wood). There were 110 icons in this church, the first was St Catherine, dating back to the 8th century.Iconostasis (wall of icons, separating the nave from sanctuary)
    Beautiful wood work without glue or nails. Here it was ebony inlaid with ivory
    Pulpit in middle, 7 chapels here. Pulpit has not been ...