El Salamlek Palace Hotel And Casino

Address: Montazah Garden, Alexandria, Egypt | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Montazah Garden, Alexandria.
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandria

    Alexandria the Great

    A travel blog entry by waymoney on Feb 09, 2015

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    ... for it I heard it is grand and beautiful. It was commissioned by Ptolemy I for construction. Alexandria became an important trading center because of its trading port in Egypt for it link civilizations around the Mediterranean Sea to Egypt. By adapting to the environment, they had a complex system of canals and harbors that increased the great possibility of trade and transport with maritime shipping at Alexandria that linked ...

    Egpyt Part Two

    A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 25, 2014

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    ... by the United States State Department decimated their tourism industry, perhaps the largest sector of their economy.
    While they proudly discussed their two revolutions, Mubark in 2011 and Morsi last year, they continue to pay an economic toll.

    The people appear happy. They constantly smile and wave to our bus. Small children, teenagers,
    adults, and the elderly all seem to embrace us. Perhaps they ...

    Alexandria the great.

    A travel blog entry by africaadventure on Oct 29, 2013

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    ... t date to Pompei. It's the oldest remaining site of the original Alexandria. The free standing pillar is one of the only giant monoliths still standing today. It's very impressive close up. There are many ruins including a milometer which was used to guage taxes according to the height of the river Nile. Too high or low waters resulted in low taxes, whereas water at the midway mark would result in high taxes as the country's agriculture would ...

    Becoming the wind

    A travel blog entry by cindy_yu on Oct 20, 2013

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    ... Few days passed away ,and I had talked to the desert ,I had already learnt how to talked with the wind and the desert ,that’s the language of the soul .I finally turned to the hand that wrote all ,i reached through the soul of the world ,then became the wind .

    The following day ,the general provided me and the Alchemist to accompany us as far as we ...

    Second chances

    A travel blog entry by jimstephkrueger on May 10, 2013

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    ... with either the ships tours or regular tours. We decided to visit the Coptic Christian Monasteries in the area between Alexandria and Cairo. Christianity was once the predominant religion and so many of the biblical stories include many places in Egypt. Our Christian guide and our Muslim driver Mohammed picked us up and we drove out into the desert to visit four monasteries. The first that we visited was the oldest in Egypt. We saw many old icons, remains of ...