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Travel Blogs from Alexandria
Pick your camera because i love photography and this city hides within
it exclusive locations for shooting.Tour includes :
-Kom il Shoqafa Catacombs (Roman&Egyptian cemetery)
-Pompey's pillar & Serapeum (the ancient acropolis of the city).
-Mameluke Fortress (Qaiteby's fort)
-Mosque of 13th century Spanish Muslim saint "Morsi Abu il Abbas "N.B:price excludes entry fees and ...
... 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.
... enjoyed. It has some great views of the port. Alexandria is still a major port city in Egypt along with the Suez Canal, but as far as I know, there is only one passenger ferry that leaves from here and that is to Cyprus once per week. This is all we had time to see in Alexandria. There are a few more things to see around here, but you shouldn’t need more than a day to see all of Alexandria. There is a museum here, but it was closed. ...
... I thought this might be the same. But they trotted along the wooden slates laid down above a standing river and next to the large cubbyholes that held the dead. Fadwa explained in perfect English how the common people were burred here with cheep versions of mummification that didn't last as long. But still Isis stood with her protective wings covering the tombs and the Jackal god held his hands out for the dead to live again. Coptic Christians The Coptic church ...
... was at this restaurant called Athineos. Lunch was a seafood platter with soup and dessert. The fish tasted nice and the prawns were excellent. After lunch it was time to go to Alexandria Library. Once we paid the entrance fee we had a walk around. The library was huge and inside the library there was a Museum of Greco-Roman artefact. There was another entrance fee but like I said earlier the ISIC card came in handy here and we couldn’t take ...
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