Hilton Alexandria Corniche
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- Multilingual staff
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... but the Nile River provides
exceptional development to the lands around it and its adjacent civilizations. The
buildings and structures were impressive and vast for a city that was invaded
by Islamic military forces.
... and we wandered around in there for over an hour. Back at the hotel, we settled in by the pool with a couple of drinks and some sheesha. For those of you who don't know, sheesha is tobacco which is smoked through a hose that's connected to a large water pipe that sits on the ground. It's a big part of Middle Eastern culture and is usually shared with friends over coffee or tea. It comes in heaps of different flavours and Dane and I had tried several of them. Being ...
... the military. They state he was democratically elected, so why don't we support him. The second side is the anti-Morisi camp. They are happy with his removal and supported the military decision to oust him. They, however, are unhappy with the US for cutting aid to the government, as Egypt and the US are supposed to be close allies, and I was asked several times why. I explained, to the best of my ability, that under international law it was a coup (military removing ...
5.30 PM Tuesday, on our cabin veranda at the end of two hectic days. We leave Alexandria at 8.00 PM with a sea day tomorrow en-route for Greece. Our two days in Alexandria port began with a 5.45 AM alarm call, at this point our ship was still travelling and did not berth in Alex until an hour later. At 7.00 AM exactly we were ready on Deck 4 but had too waIt for the ramp to be set up before we could land. Egyptian officials then ...
... find them. The catacombs in Alexandria were discovered when a donkey fell down a hole. It is a large complex filled that had additions added over the years. You could see the roman and egyptian gods on the same frieze. We walked down hundreds of circular stone stairs to reach the second level. The third level was under water and we could see the still pond in the center of our staircase. I worried about the kids. In Boston Sam got a little frantic about seeing a ...