El Aurassi Hotel
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... brekkie with PITA, the Trainspotter and Tony. The latter loves his cheese. He even brought along mustard from home. Lots of jokes about Tobacco Man as a roomie from the others.
PITA is actually interesting to talk to but I just don't see what value for money he is getting not seeing any sites. He only did the Casbah tour yesterday as it was all downhill.
Readied for departure, the luxury of just closing the bag with a two night stay. Tobacco Man said he ...
... day's plans. I need a java but it will have to wait. Chatted with the Trainspotter about his next trip to eastern Turkey.
Through breaks in the clouds one could see the desert browns had turned green. Saw the Mediterranean Sea at 1046. We approached from the east, landing at 1052. I saw Rafiq had one of Omar's bags. I expressed surprise. He said he had to do it. I told him when I can't carry my own luggage I will stop traveling [in front of DOG and Old Goat].
... br> We climbed to the Martyrs' Museum. The three pillars represent the country's culture, agriculture and industy. It was a good area to see the dock area. It was windy up there, the radio towers atop the structure a bit offsetting.
A bit faster returning to the hotel, the rush hour dissipating. There's a fair amount of barbed wire in the area.
1800 rendezvous for the group meeting. It was largely to get the one Explore form ...
Today, 9/22, we left Algeria and flew to Rome. Yesterday was spent touring Algiers with the focus on the famous Casbah. The Casbah was originally a fortress that morphed into a residential area with tiny passageways and long stairways on the side of the hill. Our State Dept. recommends not going to the area because of possible danger, but we went as group accompanied by our ...
We got a glimpse of downtown Algiers last night. After dinner downtown we spent a little time in the main square surrounded by large classical buildings built during the period of French control that ran from around 1830 until the Algerians won their independence in 1962 after a brutal 8year rebellion. The square was brightly lit with a lot people enjoying the evening despite a mild rain ...