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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      ... in style, influenced by the greeks, but depicting ancient egyptians gods, and painted on the tombs of christians. To add to the cultural confusion, Arthur and I are trapped in the depths of the dark labrynth of tombs, balancing on a plank above a black drop into a tomb filled with water, by a stampede of eager italian, japanese and spanish coach parties, and are almost catapulted into a flooded vault full of bones. Grazie mille.

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      A travel blog entry by ctorres115 on Oct 31, 2012

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      Dive-rsions in Sharm el-Sheikh

      A travel blog entry by gracez27 on Jul 11, 2012

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      ... business… It made me feel so small and insignificant in the infinite greatness of nature. Fish stared back at me quizzically and almost
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