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... the kms of salt mines. If you keep going long enough on the highway you reach Libya. El Alamein Cemetery is a heartbreaking reminder of the tragedy of war..all those young lives lost in a few days. The place is spotless and well maintained as is the Museum. Apart from one other person we were the only ones there. On our return we had lunch with our guide, Nancy, at the Fish Market, a popular restaurant. Again she was thanked for bringing us. Today we learnt ...
... and museum overlooks the Mediterranean. Being a Saturday, the Islamic day of rest, the library is ordinarily closed, but not today. Since the ship is in port, they opened the library just for us.
After a ride along the Mediterranean, we at lunch at the Alexandria Sheraton, next to the former summer palace of the Egyptian kings, and then to the National Museum, former palace and the former United ...
... his own
ships. The new great library of Alexandria is a very progressively
modern facility. You do have to pay to go inside though, it had gone up from 10 EGP to 70 EGP just days before, which we naturally thought was a rip off to enter a public library. The architecture and the artworks on the grounds made the stop a very enjoyable one never the less.
Our day's tour to Alexandria had included the trip from Cairo and 5 sites. ...
... and asked if I had a photo - I did not have one with me to show him and he asked if I could send him one if he gave me his e-mail address. He said that many of the monks rely on their ‘smart phones’ instead of pencil and paper to keep things organized at the monastery. Then he asked me if I was on Facebook - and asked if I would ‘friend’ him. I told him apparently he didn’t give everything up which of course resulted in his ...
... a library for studying in there, which had many tables and hundreds of shelves of books. We had a quick tour to show us where everything was, and then we got let out for free time. We went into sculpture place, an antiquities area, and a place which had ancient scrolls in there. After quite a long time of looking at the things that the library held, it was time to return to our bus and drive home to our hotel.