Safir Hotel Cairo

El Missaha Square, Giza, 11211, Egypt | 5 star hotel
Prices starting from $88.00

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A travel blog entry by wafflefrost


... man rides away. He then realizes that was the alchemist. He meets up with the alchemist and hangs out with him, gaining his wisdom. He leaves after the alchemist tells him wise words about how money isn't everything. He gets to the pyramids and an omen gets him digging. A gang of refuges jumps him and abuses him. The leader speaks of how he had a dream there was treasure at the broken down church. He goes there and finds his treasure. Then days "I'm coming Fatima." Who will be his ...

Sheikh Zayed City II: To Siwa!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by devian

Day 6
We're still in Sheikh Zayed City. We decided to stay here for a few hours. We were about to leave however for Siwa. We will be on the road for 10 hours a day! So yeah we had to get going then so we packed our things up quick. We bought a few foods from the market. We were going to sleep in a tent each ...

Great Pyramids: Mission Accomplished!

A travel blog entry by damangela


... the road was the El Marq metro station that excited into an outdoor market crowded with cars, mini buses, taxis, pedestrians all trying to get somewhere. I wanted to check out the scene, but with our backpacks movement was limited in the crowd. We hailed a taxi to Giza.

Mr. Gouda, (also on airbnb) was another one of those indiscernible pushy fellows. He boasted about his sparkling worldwide reputation as a chakra master, while name dropping people ...

Hot date in Cairo

A travel blog entry by theresabill


It was 44 degrees in Cairo when we landed! Mossad took care of us at the airport in Cairo which was a nice touch. We did not have to worry about Visas or immigration or luggage. Hanni our guide and our driver Makmood met us after we collected our luggage.

We saw many interesting things on the way from the airport to the Cairo Marriott: a Palace built by a Belgium, Baron Empain, at the beginning of 19th ...

Day 1 Cairo

A travel blog entry by lanaharris


... inside the them. I was glad I wasn't driving. We had to stop occasionally to let donkey carts cross. Those drivers had big guns.

Egypt has a population of 90 million, 24 million live in Cairo. It has nice areas and gross ares. Here are a few pictures from the airport to the ...

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