Paradise Inn Le Metropole Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParadise Inn Le Metropole Hotel Alexandria
Friendly staff, nice room with space and a lovely wiev of the square. nice breakfast. Close to good shopping, some restaurangs and the best café for baklava Delices just outside the hotel.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Paradise Inn Le Metropole Hotel Alexandria
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... guy drift over where Declan and I were trying to stay awake while waiting for our taxi. The undercover guy stretched and then pulled a very large .45 out of the back of his pants, rubbed the spot where the gun had been, placed it on the hotel counter out of view and then wandered away to the bathroom. Yikes. But I digress. After climbing to the roof for late egg-rolls at the inexplicable Chinese restaurant, we retired ...
... pizza tonight and our appreciation of the pizza was rewarded with complimentary ice cream. We are made so welcome as foreign tourists are still avoiding Egypt and our guides are thanked warmly by the locals for bringing us. Wednesday.. today we went to El Alamein, a 21/2 hr journey west along the Mediterranean Coast. There are kms of fig trees on the left and to the right there are resorts on the seaside ALL the way. The sea is a aqua blue once you ...
From Luxor I slogged back to Cairo to see some more sights there and visit Alexandria. My first day back I went to the historic Islamic Quarter, wandered around, and visited the Citadel made by Saladin during the crusades. The next day my Iranian friend and myself went to tour the Pyramid sights of Saqqara and Dashur. Saqqara is actually the first pyramid built, a step pyramid for Pharoh Zoser, grandfather of Cheops who built the Great Pyramid, and designed by Imhotep (no Ank-su ...
... and all the buildings either in a state of disrepair or where construction was abandoned and unfinished. Scott successfully navigated us to the beachfront boulevard called Corniche and we could see Qaitbay Fort, dating back to 1480 AD, in the distance so headed there. Unfortunately when we got there they only took Egyptian pounds and we had US$ as advised by Princess so we couldn't go in. So instead we covered many km's ...
... we got some good photos. We drove to a spot where we could see all of them together including the three tiny ones for the pharohs' wives. The next stop was at the sphinx. This was where we realized how close to the town of Giza we actually were. When we turned our back to the sphinx we were looking at rather scruffy buildings and shops just across the road. After spending about an hour in that area, we crossed the Nile into Cairo to visit the Citadel and the ...