Siag Pyramids Hotel

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

    Giza to Alexandria

    A travel blog entry by carolwahs on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... length to thank us for supporting Egypt by booking our tour. We have 3 other travellers on this leg. We left Giza and headed for Alexandria stopping on the way at a Coptic Christian Monastery. The St Bishoy Monastery dates back to 10th century. We had one of the Bishops take us on a tour of the site. There were lots of Coptic Christians visiting because it is currently their summer holidays. We arrived in Alexandria around 7pm and are staying in the ...

    Cairo, EGYPT

    A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Oct 27, 2013

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    ... had a family give us their babies to hold so that they could get pictures and later guys both ask and sneakily take photos of us as we were walking around. They are all very lovely though and we saw no other western tourists at all! After photos we went inside the second biggest pyramid! The tunnel down to the middle was so very steep and tiny, it went for about 25m and then opened up into a small room. From here it branched off into two directions for the ...

    FOUND MY TREASURE

    A travel blog entry by sofva on Oct 16, 2013

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    Finally, I have reached Egypt. I saw Pyramids. It is huge! I do not know how people could create something like that. It is something that everyone should see at least once in there life! However, it is so dangerous in there. I was punched by few men that were in search for money, but I did not have anything to give them. When I felt down on the ground i saw a mirage and I understood! My treasure is in my native Andalusia. I came back few days ago. It was in ...

    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 ...

    Into Egypt

    A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip on Apr 19, 2013

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    ... wealthy and powerful as long as they kept in tight with the local High Priests!

    Cairo could do with a river management organisation! The canals were open drains down to the Nile and looked pretty foul - kids swam there but if a donkey drank the water - it died (so advised local guide)! Mountains of litter was piled up along streets daily - ever since the people gained their freedom and Egypt became a Republic a few years ...