Hotel Crillon

Address: 5 Sharia Adib Ishaq, Alexandria, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5 Sharia Adib Ishaq, Alexandria, is near Mount Sinai (Mount Moses), Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa, and The Cascades at Soma Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandria

    Beginings... (Alexandria, Egypt)

    A travel blog entry by reneelevin on Jul 04, 2014

    1 photo

    ... curfew and I am frequently awaken in the middle of the night by the sounds of men on the docks below unloading a late arriving ship from Constantinople or Rome. Unlike the small town I grew up in, you can see every type of person imaginable on the streets every day. There is more opportunity for everyone here, and any skill set one could imagine can make a living. In a single walk I pass ...

    Egypt's north coast

    A travel blog entry by amandane on Jun 03, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... yellowed with stains, his smile warmed my heart. The next morning we were to check out of the hotel, check out of Egypt, check out of the African continent and set off on the next leg of our journey. Egypt, your cities were smoggy and your people were sometimes annoying but you were amazing!! And, even though Dane and I both got the runs for 5 days straight, our lives were enriched by your history and we were moved by your culture. Thank-you, we love you and we will be ...

    Faded elegance and crumbling ruins

    A travel blog entry by digsbysuky on Nov 29, 2012

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... discovered a Roman theatre, baths and several villas with mosaic floors at Kom al-Dikka. The Polish mission has been excavating the site ever since and the area is now protected from future development. Our next stop is Pompey’s pillar, where a single enormous red granite column marks the location of a Roman temple. This place was initially destroyed by the Christians. But later, Saladin used the remaining columns to ...


    A travel blog entry by mediterranean12 on Nov 18, 2012


    ... I thought this might be the same. But they trotted along the wooden slates laid down above a standing river and next to the large cubbyholes that held the dead. Fadwa explained in perfect English how the common people were burred here with cheep versions of mummification that didn't last as long. But still Isis stood with her protective wings covering the tombs and the Jackal god held his hands out for the dead to live again. Coptic Christians The Coptic church ...

    Alexandria, Egypt

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 05, 2012

    9 photos

    ... and studying down below as we looked out glass windows from the ground floor. We also received a demonstration of the extensive materials available in the library’s website including several projects about the history of Alexandria and Egypt. The library is also in the midst of scanning hundreds of thousands of books to digitize them and place them online. Quite an impressive and ambitious project!

    Our bus left the library at 11:33 for a fascinating 35-minute ...