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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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About this Tour :30 U.S (Guiding Service price)
my hometown Alexandria,the cosmopolitan since it was founded by Alexander
the Great in 332 B.C ,a city has a lot to offer from touristic
attractions,to old places with unique architecture ,
atmosphere,food,art,old markets,and friendly people ,Come to experience
Egyptian style-life with an Egyptian tour
guide that has a passion to her city and its long ...
... Returning to Cairo, it seemed too loud, too busy, too crazy. Alex was a relaxing way to finish the trip. But now, I think it’s time to go home. My graduation from University of Liverpool is in 2 weeks (yes! I had a very successful result for my Masters dissertation). Then we’ll be flying to Palm Springs for Christmas before I know it. I’m looking forward to seeing family and friends in the US and Canada.
xx Suky ...
... stop which was the Shokafa Catacombs. Our ISIC cards were going to be of great use to us as all around Egypt as there are discounts for entrance fees for holders of ISIC card. Once they gave us the tickets they said no cameras allowed and they stored our cameras in their facilities which was rather disappointing but in the end we understood that we needed to show respect. The catacombs were three layers deep and hosted numerous burial sites for the dead. ...
... in some shopping before departing Egypt. I would have rather seen another sight with the limited time we had. I bought a nice keychain in the shape of a pyramid to add to my collection, then went back to the bus to read until we departed at 1:50. We took an expressway back to the Port of Alexandria, which is elevated for the last few miles into the port, which is on the Western Harbor. This was another jaw-dropping scene of government dysfunction. The expressway was full of large piles ...
... pointed to things we could see – didn’t actually take us around to see much though!).
Disappointingly, the guide didn’t know that the Alexandria Library shuts at 3pm so we drove there and couldn’t even go in because we were late! There were also some student protests going on outside the library.
We would sum this day up as a day wasted on the road and was probably the worst day we spent in ...