Adham Compound Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdham Compound Hotel Alexandria
Good place to stay.
Calm and quiet for stay with family.
Has a nice bar.
Sports gym swimming etc.
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... Of course, it took us at least 3 if not 3-1/2. I'm sure it's already been written about on this blog, but the Cairo traffic and traffic in Egypt in general is really special. I've been in crazy traffic situations but this stuff is off the charts. We stayed at the Cecil in Alex. All of these old hotels have been bought and traded over the years and the Cecil (like the Winter Palace in Luxor) is now in the hands of ...
... On day 5, we had a Basmati Rice dish for lunch and dinner and we visited Pompey's Pillar and looked at the artifacts. They're an amazing part of history! We had a lot of fun in Alexandria and we're sad to say goodbye. But we'll have a great time on our next week in South America!! Total miles: 9655.06 Total spent: $1395.98 or 10649.23 EGP Total left: $3365.36 or 25672.65 EGP.
This morning we arrived into the port of Alexandria although we slept in and missed actually coming into the port. Its a lovely warm day around 25 degrees so the weather is once again kind to us. Alexandria, names after its founder, Alexander the Great, is around 3 hours from Cairo with a population of some 4 million people, mainly Sunni Muslim. As we have an overnight stay here in the port and a full day tour tomorrow to ...
The ship docked early in Alexandria and we were ready to meet our group at 6:30am outside the terminal. The line to get through security was very slow, but we were on the mini bus by quarter to seven, and setting off for Cairo. The traffic was very heavy in town with many lanes crossing each other, and people crossing anywhere. We took the Desert Highway to Cairo. The guide told us that the only view used to be sand, but now there is a lot of building along the ...
On Friday 5 of us go on an optional trip to Alexandria. To be honest this was a waste of energy as we retained Alam for the day! He spent his time with his cellphone attached to his ear which was pretty much normal mode for him throughout our travels. We saw the Citadel and the library from the outside, flew past the tomb of the unknown soldier, the pillar of Pompeii and went down into the catacombs for a brief overview. It was a 3 hour ...