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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We went couch surfing in egypt and ate Macaronie Bechamel for Breakfast, Ful Medames for lunch, and Calamari for lunch. We went to the library of alexandria, Stanley Bridge, Pompey's Pillar, and El Mursi Abul Abbas Mosque. We spent 1497.48 egp on a plane flight.
We left from the tribe ,continued our journey ,the Alchemist taught me a lot of spirit and soul ,during the journey ,all we could see is desert ,it was endlessness . We have climbed the mountain , and there was so near from the Pyramid, the Alchemist told me something about alchemy .
We rode out in the direction of the Pyramids of Egypt, but three ...
... when you were up on the camel they wouldn’t let you down until you gave them more money. We first go for a panoramic view of the three pyramids and the vendors are waiting for us. They are 10 times worse than anything we say in Turkey. These vendors will touch you. We are told they won’t hurt us, but not to let them see the money in your wallet, or they will find a way to get it. If we want to buy something we put the amount ...
... the river as it winds it's way to Alex.
The rising sun casts pinky light over the fields as we fly by workers stooping to tend the fields, donkeys kicking up dust as they pull their carts down the lanes, palm trees laden with deep red dates, brickabrack houses, villagers wading in the shallows of the river and sooty buses and mopeds on the roads.
A few hours later we pull into Alexandria on the northern coast, 2nd largest city in Egypt and ...
... not the belly-dancing display we had been promised! Before leaving Cairo we visited the infamous Tahria Square, where the recent protests had taken place, ultimately resulting in the fall of the Mubaric Regime and the entire Egyptian Government. On the way back to Alexandria, we visited a Papyrus factory, where we were entertained to a demonstration of early Egyptian paper-making. We arrived back at the ship by about 9.30 pm after a long and tiring, but very interesting ...