Charm Life Alamein Resort & Spa

Address: Km 140 Matrouh Alex. Rd. , El Alamein, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Km 140 Matrouh Alex. Rd. , El Alamein.
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Travel Blogs from El Alamein

A walk through history

A travel blog entry by nerea on Aug 24, 2012

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El Alamein is better known to Europeans for being the place of two bloody WWII battles between the Allies and the Nazifascist Army. I could visit the Italian, the German and the Commonwealth Forces Cemeteries, which are built in three different areas and surrounded by the desert: they're very different from one another, but equally touching and a strong and moving warning against all wars and violence. The Italian Memorial is a a sort of tower, and inside ...

Sun & History in El Alamein

A travel blog entry by nerea on Aug 19, 2012

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... quite wild) plan of urbanization is likely to make this another posh sea destination in Egypt, after the Red Sea that has become too 'predictable'. Europeans (and mostly, Italians) usually stay at the Ghazala Regency Resort & Spa, which is right in front of the sea and close to a settlement of villas, where rich Egyptians spend their summer holidays. Don't expect any nightlife, ...

Day 5, Tuesday - El Alamein and Alexandria

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Feb 14, 2012

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... very strange to see this happening in desert surroundings.

One hour out and it again changed to greener environs. This is where crops are grown for export e.g. bananas, grapes, oranges, vegetables and olives. There were some greenhouse type structures as well as plastic covering ground crops due to the colder weather lately. These grow using the good supply of ground water.

It seemed that every 10km or so was a smallish mosque & minaret. Wherever ...

On way back to Cairo from Alexandria

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Feb 02, 2010

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... me until now, a battle took place here in El-Alamein during WW2 where many, many young soldiers from around the world lost their lives. As I walked around the grounds, it was with sadness as every monument read was marked with names, age and nationality of very young soldiers, 23 being the average. A few Canadian monuments were seen next to blooming trees. A moment of silence was given to all fallen ...

El Alamein and the land of the Empty Apartments

A travel blog entry by mikeandfi on Apr 12, 2009

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... of 365AD which effectively obliterated the Roman cities. This place is only one earthquake away from disappearing. The land so bitterly fought over is now mostly covered in resorts. The drive in along the coast passed tens of thousands of empty and under ...