Iberotel Borg El Arab
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Goodbye Oasis， Goodbye Fatima
These days in Oasis must be a impressive experience in my life.I met a charming girl who appealed to me deeply and the alchemist.And honestly I won't go to Oasis but for English man,
and he is a nice person who taught me so much on my trip.Now,I am relaxed and very excited for ...
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 ...
... walk and we were off the ship around 3 hours all up. I would probably recommend doing the ship tours of Alexandria as this they have tours that go past all the site seeing spots. There is a more westernized area of Alexandria but you would need to get a taxi to get there.
After our days walking we had a nice dinner and finished off with another Movie Under the Stars and then to bed for an early rise tomorrow for our tour to ...
... length of the Corniche, the seafront boulevard along Alexandria’s Eastern Harbor. Mohamed said Alexandria has one of the longest Corniches of any Arabian city. There are several sandy beaches dispersed along the Corniche. It reminded me a bit of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which has a similar waterfront boulevard with multistory buildings on one side and beaches on the other.
We arrived 27 minutes later at the Montazah Gardens, which houses the king’s summer palace up on ...
... side of the river to the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities. This museum contains over 120,00 objects in its 107 halls, containing items dated from the Prehistoric Period of Egypt through to the end of the Roman era. The rooms contain many treasurers, including the artifacts belonging to Tutankhamen (King Tut). We were given a total of two hours to see this massive and impressive museum, which certainly was not enough time. ...
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