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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... the revolution the government now allows new construction near the catacombs, so it is unlikely that the escalation site will be able to expand.
We fought through traffic to Pompeii Pillar. All I can remember is that it was really tall, surrounded by ruins and there were remnants of the 40 surrounding pillars.
We had our lunch break at Tikka's. Bill did not have much of an appetite, so he just picked at his food. I was ...
... from her school uniform to a princess emblazoned dress. Bill got to work on a bracelet for Hana - Hana played show and tell and then when her mother, brother Mahmoud and her 5 month old sister emerged from the bedroom - I got my hands on that cute baby - that cute baby spit up on me and then we were served fruit and tea and tried to learn as much about each other as possible in a short amount of time. Hana wrote me a letter, Bill drew a picture of Goofy - Mahmoud ...
... well preserved, with some mosaic flooring remaining, but a second side has been built recently so it can be used for theatrical presentations. This side blends well with the ancient section. The least interesting part of the tour was the Alexandria National Museum. It was located in the former US embassy and housed some artifacts from different times in Egyptian history. After a quick look around I had an interesting conversation with ...
... not get Egyptian Pounds just before we left or off the ship. (Personally though I probably wouldn't worry).
On we strolled and got off the beaten track somewhat on our walk back. It was interesting to say the least and felt quiet safe walking these back streets as people would wave and say hello. Cheeky little kids would come up and ask your name and then go running off saying something in Arabic.
In summary it was ...
... how these things work out.
Anyway, I hope this is the first blog post of many to come. That is to say, in spite of the tense political situation and upcoming elections and various other cultural challenges, I am enjoying being here. Also, I'm not sure I could handle the disappoint of being whisked away to Morocco. Bas hanshoof, Allahu a3lim.
Peace and blessins, peace and blessins