Paradise Inn Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... camels looked like they were about to fall over. I did see some dhows (which are boats that transport trade around) parked at a harbor, but I didn't bother mentioning because I assumed they'd like to keep their camels fit.
( WORKS CITED; )
-- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lighthouse _of_Alexandria
-- http://www.mariamilani.com/ancient_rome /alexandria.htm
... 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 ...
... A guy was riding his donkey when the ground gave way beneath him. The Catacombs were uncovered and he fell around 10m to his death. Poor guy didn't even get a chance to be excited about his discovery! When found, the lowest of the 3 levels was completely submerged by water and mummies and coffins were floating around. On the 2nd level there is a banquet hall where friends and relatives of the deceased would come to feast and spend time with loved ones passed. Next ...
... Bar, so I went in for a drink for Kaylie and Monica, but no mermaids inside. That night I also face timed with the family, and mom only cried once, that I saw. The next day I repacked and headed back to Cairo to catch my 2:30 am flight to Ethiopia. Forgetting that it was Thursday, the Islamic Friday, the next two buses were already booked, but I was able to get one for 6pm. So, I just kept my fingers crossed that the bus bombing in Cairo that day wouldn't have any impact on ...
The second largest city in Egypt, it's name goes back to 200 AD and it's ruler Alexandria the Great. Having nothing else arranged we took up our previous days guide and drivers offer of a tour of this city. Promptly at 9.00 AM our driver was on the dock and after collecting the guide at the dock gates we were taken to the Palace of Pompey. Principally an archeology site of interest the single column pictured is all that looks original. ...