Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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... the original site. It was completed in 2002 and is absolutely stunning. It is so well designed and executed. The reading area can hold up to 1,000 people at a time and has lots of natural, but not direct sunlight. They have used several techniques for sound deadening which have been very effective. The library is not free to use, but the cost of entry or an annual membership was very reasonable. While you are in the library you had access ...
... Bill his Goofy stuffed animal - Hanas mother showed me some pants that she had that were similar to the ones I was wearing. I took some photos from their apartment windows and then we had to start saying ‘goodbye’ That was easier said than done - no one wanted us to leave - Hana kept hugging me and Ahmed wished we could stay for a proper Egyptian meal. Hana asked if I was on Facebook - wow - two Egyptian Facebook friend requests in two days! - We got ...
... seemed dedicated to resolving this problem by having completer front or rear ends cut off complete and stacked one on top of the other waiting for purchasers wishing to replace the front or rear of their car. After the Library we were taken to a restaurant near the sea front where we had delicious fish soup followed by lightly battered Sea Bass with chips and rice and small dishes of fish sauce and mayonnaise. Finally we were ...
... private I am sure we had more time in Cairo than the people who used the coach. However being 5.30 PM we immediately entered a traffic jam which held us up for some time. Car drivers in Egypt are the worst I have ever seen. The procedure seems to be to enforce your intentions squeezing your way through The mass of cars working your way across lanes to achieve your objective amidst a constant cacophony of car horns of various ...
... when you were up on the camel they wouldn’t let you down until you gave them more money. We first go for a panoramic view of the three pyramids and the vendors are waiting for us. They are 10 times worse than anything we say in Turkey. These vendors will touch you. We are told they won’t hurt us, but not to let them see the money in your wallet, or they will find a way to get it. If we want to buy something we put the amount ...