Helnan Palestine

Montazah Garden Palace, Alexandria, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Montazah Garden Palace, Alexandria.
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandria

    TRAFFIC JAM

    A travel blog entry by asheevk on Nov 20, 2012

    ... weird, they had a lot of Canadian stores like La Senza, Spring, Aldo.... Very weird. The thing that really surprised me was the amount of women fully dressed in Muslim attire. I have seen a few women like this in the past in Canada, but to see so many of them all together it was really interesting. Not all women are dressed in this way, but some only have their eyes exposed... Meaning they are even wearing gloves while walking through the mall.
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    Day Tour to Giza Pyramids

    A travel blog entry by docinga on Oct 31, 2012

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    ... it is still busy and tourists are obviously visiting Egypt in their masses again. This was a fantastic experience albeit not what we expected but I am so glad we did this part as an escorted tour as our guide was so helpful and knowledgeable. We finally arrived back at the ship just after 7pm in the dark and the ship was due to leave at 7:30pm but we knew that the ship would wait for us as it was their tour. A late buffet dinner and movie in bed and that was the end of our Egypt ...

    A short day in Alexandria

    A travel blog entry by smtcan on Oct 31, 2012

    ... went to the Catacombs of Kom Ash-Shuqqafa. These were used as burial chambers in the second century AD. They held 300 corpses in a maze of tunnels on three levels. The lowest level is inaccessible because of flooding and the second level was quite wet in places so we had to walk on rickety planks. It was very dark and humid down there, but interesting to see. The tombs were both Egyptian and Roman, the Egyptian corpses were mummified ...

    A rocky start to an interesting year..

    A travel blog entry by gracez27 on Jun 21, 2012

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    ... the girls' dorms where we live, and a group of adolescent boys started following us, catcalling, and even throwing rocks at us. By the time we had made it halfway back, one of the rocks hit my leg and I decided I wasn't going to take any more of their bs. So we informed some middle-aged shopkeepers on the street of what was going on, and they actually looked taken aback and began yelling at the teenagers boys to stop. Now, I ...

    Day 6, Wednesday - Alexandria

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Feb 15, 2012

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    ... through the 'ground' which was discovered to be the central shaft of these ancient catacombs. We went down a circular staircase around this shaft which had been used to lower the mummified bodies down. The catacombs had been flooded for many years and still the lower level is under water. We went along to the original private burial chamber with their two sarcophagi. These were carved out of the rock wall. There were also statues of the man & woman as well as carvings on ...