Siag Pyramids Hotel

Address: 59 Mariouteya St. Sakkara Road, Giza, Egypt | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 59 Mariouteya St. Sakkara Road, Giza, is near Pyramids of Giza and Great Sphinx.
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    Travel Blogs from Giza

    Day 2 The great pyramids

    A travel blog entry by oralee on Oct 26, 2014

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    ... the head of man it is very imposing (many also have wings) and is considered a guardian and associated with the solar deity sekhmet the lioness. Currently restoration is being done on the Sphinx. Although there are many stories of how it lost its nose the most common account is that the French defaced it. Many statues in Egypt were defaced by foreign armies as a metaphorical punch in the face to the ancient gods and rulers. Also on the site ...

    Personal reflective entry

    A travel blog entry by jademona on Mar 27, 2014

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    ... and I take adventures whenever I can. Over the summers I do a lot of adventures, for example I hiked Mount WHitney with my dad and sisters, I went on all day, wilderness hikes, jumped off 35 foot rocks, snuck into a closed hot spring with guards, ...

    Day 10

    A travel blog entry by avaamberhorses on Mar 27, 2014

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    On the first day for Santiago to prepare, he was worried. He didn't know what to do, he didn't know how to turn into the wind and he wasn't an alchemist. It was a day of confusion. The second day, he spent all his time on a cliff speaking the language of the world to the desert. Gazing at the horizon and watching the sand. The third day he did the same thing, and then soon had to prove his capability to the chief. I stood at the top of the ...

    Weddings and the crash

    A travel blog entry by immyinegypt on Sep 16, 2013

    ... through one of the most traditional, poor markets of downtown in 6-inch heels to get to the minibus station. Cairene girls have a different wardrobe for public wear, home wear, and parties. All are acceptable in their allotted place, so though the other girls will be dressed – a lot of them – a lot more glam than us, no Egyptian girl would dream to wear such an outfit in the street, and will be transported from home to party directly by car. Box to ...

    Great Pyramids: Mission Accomplished!

    A travel blog entry by damangela on Jul 27, 2013

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    ... of the Egyptian embassy (which we concluded was the face of all civil servants, and hoped regular folk would be more friendly), we handed passports and cash over. With visas in hand we cleared the border into Taba, Egypt. Transportation to Dahab, where we had our reservation, was limited from Taba. Either we wait for the mini bus to fill up and pay 20$ each or we get a taxi to drive the 145 km to Dahab for 80$. No others came on the mini bus, and we knew not ...