Alba Club El Alamein

Address: 140 km Alexandria Matruh Road, Ghazala Bay, El Alamein, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 140 km Alexandria Matruh Road, Ghazala Bay, El Alamein.
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Travel Blogs from El Alamein

Al Elamein commemerations

A travel blog entry by lesleyandchalky on Oct 21, 2012

2 comments, 26 photos

... we went backout to the international ceremony and then visited the war museum. Today is a more relaxing day so we have walked around the streets this morning! Phew what a place. Check out the phots.
Tomorrow we go back to Cairo and fly to Luxor and then a gruise down the Nile for three ...

A walk through history

A travel blog entry by nerea on Aug 24, 2012

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... br> Right after that, we visited the German Memorial, built like a medieval fortress, with the tombs of over 4,000 German soldiers who died here and a small pictorial museum. You can climb up steep stairs to the roof of the building: the view from there is absolutely breathtaking - the sea on one side, the lonely desert on the other!
Last but not least, we visited Commonwealth Troops Memorial: it is the biggest with thousand of tombs in the ...

Day 5, Tuesday - El Alamein and Alexandria

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Feb 14, 2012

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... There were also Bedouin roadside markets selling scarves & fruit, etc. We saw a number of sheep on the side of the road with their shepherd there as well, either walking or on a donkey, sometimes with children too. In the fields growing crops, with very big family homes at the end of a drive with brick entrance walls, were what appeared to be unfinished houses. These are rest areas for the workers that the owners are required to provide. Between 70km & 40kms from ...

On way back to Cairo from Alexandria

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Feb 02, 2010

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... was mostly flat and occasionally, caravans of camels were seen in the far distance.

A one hour stop was made along the way where we all had time to stretch, walk around the grounds and enjoy a nice lunch at a local restaurant before hitting the road one more time.

The Giza Pyramids could be seen far away through a wall of haze as we made our grand entrance into Cairo. Welcome to ...

El Alamein and the land of the Empty Apartments

A travel blog entry by mikeandfi on Apr 12, 2009

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... roads were empty. I was reminded of that Nz Movie The Quiet Earth. Even the KFC and Maccas had closed own, painting the inside of the windows in white paint. Apparently this is all quite normal, the people from Egypt all come here for their 3 month holiday break in ...