Mediterranean Azur Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMediterranean Azur Hotel Alexandria
Wonderful Hotel. Great views of the ocean and great pool and beach area. On a chaotic highway but once in the hotel you wouldn't know it.
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... but ran out of time...our last taxi ride to the station, the right one this time, took us down the back streets. They were very narrow and crowded with workshops.
Caught the return train to a grid locked Cairo..the local football team had in the last game of the season clinched the league...flags, horns, firecrackers and red smoke.
Not that it was all that different than usual....Cairo traffic is ...
... to make a bracelet for Hana if Ahmed had a pair of scissors that he could use. The offer of going to their apartment to meet his wife and two other children surfaced again and we agreed to join them while Bill made the bracelet. We received some strange looks from the neighbors - then were ushered to the elevator and up to their 8th floor apartment. Ahmed went in to warn his wife of our visit - and then invited us in. Hana immediately showed us around and went in ...
For the last 3 days I've been visiting Alexandria. This is my first time in the city.
There is a beauty to Alex, but you can only see the faintest glimmers underneath the garbage, thick dust and crumbling buildings. It reminds me of Havana – if you look, you can imagine that it was once the most elegant city, gorgeous colonial buildings gathered along the sea. The history of this place evokes a sense of romance. Antony ...
... miss the restaurant lunch, but our guide brought us sandwiches from the restaurant we had planned to go to. We just had time after this to visit the Bibliotheque which is a very impressive building between the University of Alexandria and the sea. It was designed by a Norwegian architect after a design competition was held, and the shape depicts the sun rising. I couldn't get far enough away to get a full photo of the facade, but it ...
... through the policed gates. We headed away from the ship without any real map and took our chances while being stared at by local Egyptian men sitting at all the street cafes with few women to be seen. Can't say anyone extended any friendly greetings our way and the street shops were obviously meant for locals and not tourists. Still it was interesting although disappointing to see everything so filthy with rubbish ...