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One of the first Cairene words we learned when we moved to Cairo was “baladi,” which is an adjective that roughly translates to “local,” “traditional,” or “of the street.” We first started discussing this term with our hostess, M., whose B&B we stayed in during our first couple of weeks in Cairo. 352 more words


Things to Know About Cairo

Before I post anything on my trip to Cairo, there are some things that need to be known.

When I announced I was going to Cairo, I got a lot of reactions out of a lot of people. 932 more words


“When Spiritual meets Heritage” Ramadan at Al Gezirah Palace

Spend your Ramadan Cairo Marriott and enjoy a special dining experience  whether for Iftar or Sohour. A plenty of delicious food and entertainment  will help you create a memory with your family and friends  at any of the following venues… 448 more words


رمضان فى قصر الجزيرة مزيج من الفخامة وعبق التراث

إستمتع برمضان هذا العام بفندق ماريوت القاهرة. هيا بنا نتذكر عادات و تقاليد رمضان فى عبق القصر،استمتع بالعديد من الأطعمة اللذيذة والأنشطة الممتعة سواء على مائدة  الأفطار أو السحور إدعو احبتك وأصدقائك  للاستمتاع بليلة جميلة فى احد المطاعم التالية طوال شهر رمضان:

Egypt and the building of a new Capital City

 Though Egyptians have lived in and around the Cairo area since time began, the modern city itself is ually traced to the year 968 AD and the newly arrived Fatimid dynasty.   1,809 more words


Egypt - day 1

Arrived late last night so has very little sleep before our 6am alarm call. Breakfast is standard hotel buffet spread followed by trip briefing. Set off to pyramids to get there around 8. 310 more words


Nile Cruise Day 2: Valley of the Kings, Queens and Hatshepsut's Temple

Day 2 was the most tiring day, with a grueling 5am alarm . Despite the early start, really we were eternally grateful later in the day, when the temperature started to become unbearable. 778 more words