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Travel Blogs from Cairo
A second day of pyramids. Lovely. Very lovely. The sites are small, but TT is ready to move on. I guess they all start to look the same to an 8-year old.
Driving in Cairo, I could take it or leave it. It's enough to make anyone car sick. It's partly the fumes, partly the weaving in and out of traffic, partly the jet lag. Good thing …
Please don't ever attempt to cross the streets of Cairo unless you are an adrenaline junkie. After enjoying the beautiful sunset, we thought of crossing the street and walking along the Nile promenade . It looked simple enough but this is Cairo. Traffic laws seem to be non-existent . Cars drove pass without their headlights and crossing the road …
I'm gonna put this upfront. You're gonna get photo bombed with the Egypt blogs. And if you're looking for an in-depth cultural immersion post on this one, you'll be disappointed. Egypt was entirely to appease my childhood history geek and see the ancient monuments. No trading chickens for a room this trip. Though a guy did try selling me chickens. So, after being several weeks back on the road, I finally forced myself to start writing again. A little hard after a little time ...
... in these very glass cabinets.
I recommend the museum totally, just do yourself a favour and ignore everything that anyone on the outside tells you. As part of a firm but polite refusal strategy I've started making excuses about having meetings that I have to get to, such as "I'm meeting my friend there" or "I have to hurry because my friend is waiting for me at the hotel." Notice I say 'hotel', not 'hostel'. Never give away where you're staying. Once back outside the museum a ...
... and farm life. Mostly men work the land cutting the sugarcane. Women are typically in charge of the home and children.
We rolled into Cairo pretty late but life on the streets was still lively. We dropped our luggage at the hotel and went for the highly recommended koshari at an outdoor restaurant. The temperature had plunged and our polartec coats weren't enough. Egypt in March is not supposed to be cold. I ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsSeminaris Intercontinental Cairo
The hotel was a bit barren when we stayed (at Christmas), but the service was great, and we couldn't beat the location ( near Tahrir Square). The Nile view was wonderful. It was quiet and clean. We were dissapointed with the Club service - breakfast and the evening happy hour were rather spartan - though this could have been because the hotel was at about 1/20th of capacity.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Seminaris Intercontinental Cairo
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وسط البلد, Cairo | 4 star hotelfrom $133
زمالك, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $164
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Ring Road- Mirage City, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $152
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1, Cairo | 5 star hotelfrom $224
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300 Pyramdis Road, Cairo | 3 star hotelfrom $55
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