Paradise Inn Beach Resort
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... beautiful and are open to the public. There are even a couple of hotels on the property now.
Our hotel, Hilton, was not too far from the Palace. It was recently purchased by the Hilton group and they finished renovating it 3 days ago. The hotel is very beautiful and the staff were very attentive. The floors were all marble, even in our room.
Bill and I took full advantage of the large, comfortable bed. I was feeling ...
... the sea front to the citadel which although rebuilt originally dates back to 200 AD. As well as viewing the citadel we were treated to a local ice cream which was very tasty. Driver went off and came back with a shell necklace for Mum and a shell key ring for me. His gifts were followed by the courier presenting gifts for the Grandchildren. Sadly it was then time to return to our ship and say goodbye to Sayed the driver & Ahmed the ...
... to spend in our pocket. We had been told not to even say “no thank you” to them and that is hard. They will follow you, step in front of you, work their way between you and a companion so if you don’t watch it you are going in different directions. Our guide handles the money and the vendors for the camel rides so that she would not give them any money until all the people were back on the ground. We drove to many ...
... not get Egyptian Pounds just before we left or off the ship. (Personally though I probably wouldn't worry).
On we strolled and got off the beaten track somewhat on our walk back. It was interesting to say the least and felt quiet safe walking these back streets as people would wave and say hello. Cheeky little kids would come up and ask your name and then go running off saying something in Arabic.
In summary it was ...
The ship docked early in Alexandria and we were ready to meet our group at 6:30am outside the terminal. The line to get through security was very slow, but we were on the mini bus by quarter to seven, and setting off for Cairo. The traffic was very heavy in town with many lanes crossing each other, and people crossing anywhere. We took the Desert Highway to Cairo. The guide told us that the only view used to be sand, but now there is a lot of building along the ...