Set in the heart of Cairo's most famous bazaar, El Fishawy is a venerable tea house that has been managed by the same ... More
Set in the heart of Cairo's most famous bazaar, El Fishawy is a venerable tea house that has been managed by the same family since the 18th Century. Established in 1773, this place stays open 24 hours a day and occupies a narrow alley off El-Hussein Square. Inside the cafe, cracked mirrors, smoky ceilings, old wooden furniture and a stuffed crocodile lend charm. But the real draw is the crowd, which is a diverse mix of tourists, chic sheikhs, sheesha chain-smokers and local waiters. Mint tea, Turkish coffee and a variety of other hot and cold drinks are available.
when you enter you are surrounded by a past to deep to describe,,, as you drink your shay you can get your hands and feet decorated with traditional henna designs,, smoke a shesha [water pipe].. watch the crowd , hear the call for prayer,, get a bargain priced rug,, walk where centuries ago many mechants walked... egypt is with out a doubt the most fabulous of places... totally modern,, but at the same time with standing all time ,, holding all its tradions from long ago.... i so miss my misr
With views of Attaka Mountains, Ramada El Sokhna Resort is in the Red Sea resort community of Ein El Sokhna,
approximately 85 southeast of Cairo and 40 miles south of Suez. Hotel amenities include the beach access, watersports center, ...
This picturesque and serene cemetery is one of the prettiest cemeteries in Egypt. The gravestones are wonderfully ornate with many
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Hilton Ramses is a high rise hotel set on the Nile's east bank, next to a shopping and cinema complex,
and approximately 15 miles from Cairo International Airport. This location is also next door to the Egyptian Museum, half ...