Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria
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... of things I was actually familiar -- like the feel of paper, or what seemed like paper (which was most likely papyrus) -- with made me feel a lot better. I've got to say that the Lighthouse is breathtaking though. Tiers of light blocks block the sun, allowing a bit of shade, which I enjoyed. But the trading was immense, and Ali's group was quite happy about the items they exchanged. Glass, papyrus, ointments, textiles, ...
... guide today is Nancy who is Moslem ( and is divorced with 2 children ). Divorce only became possible about 5 years ago and she said her chances of marrying again are probably impossible as she is not acceptable. Our guide in Cairo, Rosemary, was a Christian so we have also learnt a lot about the two different religions. I have found that aspect absolutely fascinating as they have both been willing to share their views on a wide range of topics. We had the ...
... as young as 10 taxi-ing people around in little tuktuks, people hanging onto the backs of trucks and overloaded mini vans were all a common sight. Our first stop was a visit to the Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa which is a carved, underground burial chamber. It consisted of hallways leading to many different rooms which would have up to around 20 spaces for coffins to be stored cut out into the walls. The massive, 3 levelled underground area was rediscovered by accident ...
... to the Catacombs, the Ancient Greek and Roman period burial tombs underground. I recommend crawling around there if you're in Alexandria. I also swung by the new Library of Alexandria, but sadly nothing remains of the ancient one. Being Christmas with nothing Christmasy going on, I did the closest thing I could and embraced American commercialism for the day. I had breakfast at Cinnabon, went to see the new Hunger Games movie, and had dinner at Pizza Hut. I also saw a bar ...
... 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 ...