Saint George Hotel

Address: 7 Radwan Ebn El-Tabib Street, Giza, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7 Radwan Ebn El-Tabib Street, Giza, is near Ethnological Museum, Heliopolis, Al-Fayoum Oasis, and Manial Palace Museum.
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        Walk like an Egyptian

        A travel blog entry by robbiej on Jul 07, 2015

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        ... half way through Ramadan which is the religious fasting month for The Muslim people. We had arrived at breakfast time. As we were driving, there were hundreds of cars and trucks parked up on the side of the road eating at plastic tables. There were people walking on to the highway to give the drivers water and food. It's amazing to see that the people with little, often have the most to give. Our taxi pulled up at ...

        Day 1 - Cairo-A-Go-Go

        A travel blog entry by arigney87 on May 16, 2015

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        ... tomorrow, and learning in more detail what we saw during the show tonight.

        On the way back from the show, we stopped by a takeaway restaurant called Felfela to finally get some grub. Beef shawarma and falafel... not sure if it was because we hadn't eaten in hours, or if it was actually that good, but I happily devoured it. I'm still not really processing that we're actually here... looking forward to a full day tomorrow at the pyramids, and then another flight (groan) to Aswan.

        The awesome Egyptian museum!

        A travel blog entry by annieallison on Apr 18, 2015

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        ... manage to cater to a city of around 25 million!!! I was so surprised to hear that the water supply comes completely from the Nile. Really?? I mean I know the river is big but how could it cope with that? Apparently so. No wonder we were told not to drink the water due to the heavy chlorination.
        It was very interesting to hear of the last Egyptian revolution in 2011 when around 30 million people marched the streets to protest about the president. Apparently, ...

        Trip of a Lifetime - You should go now!

        A travel blog entry by gayleschmidt on Oct 09, 2014

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        ... The size of the statutes are over powering, which was the obvious intention. It was quite warm, but worth the discomfort.
        Luxor temple was smaller, but none-the-less beautiful and grand and right across from the boat.

        Returned to the boat for Tea Time. An array of special treats and tea was served on the sun deck. Time to sit, relax and really take in all the wonderful things you had seen. Dinner was served at 6:00pm and there was ...

        Pyramids and Gizza

        A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 31, 2014

        21 photos

        ... notes were flying everywhere. We then had a camel ride down near the best viewing spot for all 3 of the larges and best preserved pyramids. This was great fun and we had more photos taken by the cameleer. The sphinx next. It is much larger than we imagined - as I have said before everything is. We heard all of the history of each of these monuments. Very interesting. We visited a papyrus shop where they demonstrated how papyrus is made and ...