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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Phew thank goodness this is the 2nd to last cities we are visiting before going home because I am read to strangle Ashley. I love Ashley but after spending a little more than two months or less in a foreign country where we are in constant contact of each other, I am bound to lose my temper and get irritated or annoyed. We are at the city left behind to be named after Alexander the Great. Its a beautiful city beyond measure has ...
... and dirty windows, trash can make life difficult to see. Trash is everywhere and it is massive. Get over it, ignore it or you will see nothing else.
Stripping away the trash, poverty glares back at you. From ancient trolley cars, to dilapidated
housing, to freshly washed laundry barely held together by a thread, the economic plight of the inner city was omnipresent. The three year ...
Once Alexander the great had conquered Egypt he declared himself pharaoh and soon won over the population of the latest addition to his empire. A brilliant strategist he chose to move his capital to what was then a small insignificant village on the coast of the Mediterranean ocean. He gave it his name and it grew into the Alexandria of legend. Close to Italy, and therefore Rome, it was a brilliant move uniting the countries and adding to his ...
Jim and I had been in Egypt in April of 2010 - before the Arab Spring and the Revolution. On that trip we visited Cairo and saw the pyramids, the Nile, Mosques, Bazaars and to be honest - filthy streets and waterways and poverty in most every direction we looked. Not really wanting to make the trip back into Cairo we contacted a private tour company and booked a driver and guide to do something a bit different than what ...
... the turn, it's right there.... (Mohammed doesn't turn there)"
*Insert Dante and I laughing hysterically while Rochelle talks for the 30ish seconds until we reached the next highway.
Driving in Alexandria is insane, people walk everywhere even on the highway. People get off and on and cross the highway at any given time, it is not for the faint of heart but locals seem to do it great ease. I however could look out at any given time and see a ...