San Giovanni Cleopatra Hotel

Address: Marsa Matrouh, Mersa Matruh, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Marsa Matrouh, Mersa Matruh.
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    Travel Blogs from Mersa Matruh

    Hectic first day in Egypt

    A travel blog entry by bruceandpetra on Jan 11, 2010

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    We arrived at the border nice and early, and we said fair-well to Mr Zaid in no-mans land, after he had sorted out all our paperwork, handing back of the plates etc.....

    That was the easy bit....the Egyptian side was going to be a huge challenge, and expensive. To cut a long story short, we had to get a visa, health check, clear customs, various checks for vehicle, third party insurance, number plates, credit card ...

    Day 19 – Alexandria and the Mediterranean Co

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 14, 2009

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    We started with a park and palace that belonged to the last king of Egypt, King Farouk. We could not tour his palace, because it is for the president and visiting dignitaries. The beaches were packed with locals. The beaches looked nice and I wish we would have had time for a swim.

    We then went to the Library of Alexandria. Luckily Salma gave us some information before we went in for the tour. Our ...

    Shutting down

    A travel blog entry by gingercarter on Mar 07, 2009

    ... A little tired, but the fever had broken and I felt pretty good. We were supposed to go to another beach - there is a spot just outside of town where General Erwin Rommel reportedly had and recreated - and we were going to go hang out there. A quick poll of the group led us to the decision to head back to Cairo that morning (Marianne and I were supposed to leave that evenening around ...

    A dead sea town

    A travel blog entry by gingercarter on Mar 06, 2009

    The drive out to Mersa Matruh (Marsa Matrouh on the signs?) took about 8 hours. It was dark when we arrived, so we could not see anything but the streets and buildings. This looked to be a sleepier, cleaner town. We checked in to a hotel (dragging our luggage up 4 flights of uneven stairs) to a very simple and stark two bedroom apartment. The balcony was awesome, but the place was pretty depressing and ...

    Day 78 - Marsa Matru

    A travel blog entry by charlesaclark on Oct 23, 2007

    Changes of Oil: 6 I finally got out of Alex after a near miss mechanic shocker where Dr Death was going to operate on my baby. I cleverly dodged him and did the service myself. I did not manage to get a new oil filter. The old one is looking very much worse for wear. Add this to the incessant leaking of oil from the sump and the nut getting looser and looser and I am in constant fear of my engine seizing up on ...