Safir Hotel Cairo

El Missaha Square, Giza, 11211, Egypt | 5 star hotel
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Ancient Churches, Mosques, And Synagogues, Oh My!

A travel blog entry by annalisamurray


11.8.09 Ancient Churches, Mosques, And Synagogues – Oh My! Cairo, Egypt

Ahh, Cairo. Every problem that you can imagine associated with an overpopulated city probably exists in Cairo – extreme poverty, trash everywhere, incredible pollution, and unforgettable traffic congestion (and, like Morocco, with little to no rules of the …

Arrived, Robbing, Understanding

A travel blog entry by tzuhanhuang


... of dreams by telling me about his own dream. What a surprised he had also same kind dream with me. It concerned a treasure buried in an abandoned church in Spain where a sycamore tree grows. The church is the same one in which I had his original dream,

Whatever how disdain the attitude of that man. I finally understand where my treasure was.
I started to go back to ...

Great Pyramids: Mission Accomplished!

A travel blog entry by damangela


... visa for travel outside of the Sinai Peninsula. Had our intention been to stay in Sinai, we would have gotten a free 14 day visa. But our goal for coming to Egypt was to see the Great Pyramids of Giza, so back to Israel we went. To our dismay the Egyptian embassy in Israel was closed for the weekend. Reluctantly we had to stay in Eilat for two nights until business reopened on Sunday. We made the best of those two nights.

On Sunday, looking at the ...

All eyes to the 30th

A travel blog entry by immyinegypt


... we wanted when we tipped Mubarak. Leave the rest to unfold by itself'. Then again – and I exclude a normal amount of 'grass is always greener' syndrome – perhaps a political system inadequate enough to make people look favorably on the days of Mubarak the Dictator may be enough to gather the people in force again.

*Will be catching up on the rest of the year's events now school is finished, as I spend July in Cairo*


Crazy, Chaotic Cairo

A travel blog entry by chris-tom


... people to jump in and out. People cross the road wherever they can. Kids play on the road in between the traffic.

Buildings in Cairo are left unfinished on the outside because it reduces taxes the people have to pay the government. The more attractive a residence, the higher the taxes. Families add additional floors to their buildings as each child gets married. Each ...

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