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 ...
... and places to see the pyramids. We also went to the Temple (built for the mummification of those buried in the pyramids) that led to the Sphinx. It is amazing to think that these were built in 2500 BC. This site is so much closer to Cairo than you would think.
We all survive the vendors and head to lunch (now dinner) which is at the Mena Hotel with views of the pyramids. The food was very good and they had restrooms.
... up the remains of ancient egyptian, roman and greek ruins, this city has a totally different feel to Cairo - positively european. The city's buzz feeds off the life on the long Corniche stretching along a coastline that looks across to Greece. Everything moves at a slower pace here and we spend a long afternoon ambling the corniche, watching the sun set and fishermen at work, and being stopped for photos with various inquisitive bystanders. We've now gleaned ...
... 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 ...