Paradise Inn Beach Resort
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Today we visited the Catacombs and New Library of Alexandria which is supposed to be the 3rd largest in the world. We also visited Fort Qaitbay which was a defensive stronghold on the Mediterranean coast. Another site visited was Pompey Pillar which was erected in 293 AD. There were 400 pillars but they were removed to form a barrier for against invading ships. 27th August. This morning we left Alexandria for ...
... find ourselves back on the highway after only 4 sites, we question our guide and driver who insisted that the Roman amphitheater has been closed for 3 months. Martin smells a rat and goes onto Trip Advisor finding positive reviews from earlier in the month. After some argument our car takes the next possible turn around and heads back into the city with a very grumpy driver who was hoping to call it an early day. We arrive at the amphitheater to ...
... did not have any desire to go out into Alexandria. I however, wanted to go out and take photos of the street life. Our friend Bill said he would go out with me - he likes to meet the locals and ... well ... Bill could almost be an entire travel journal in itself - but to make a long description short - he is an artistic recycler.... While I was looking through the lens of the camera - Bill was looking for recycling materials in the garbage on the streets. One of ...
... Upon reaching the city of Alexandria we first visited the spot where the Lighthouse stood. The Lighthouse of Alexandria was one of the 7 wonders of the world but was washed away in an earthquake. Its ruins are under water but some of the stones have been retrieved and built into the fortress overlooking the sea.
We then visited the Bibliotheca Library, built ...
... liked one of the tree of like and had our names written on it before purchase. Lunch was a hotel take away of Chicken & Lamb kebabs, Nan bread, and pastries, eaten as we made our way to the Cairo Museum. Our guide talked us through many of the exhibits, lots of coffins, statues, gold finery and Tutenkamun"s mask. No photography allowed in the museum so no pictures I am afraid. All to soon it was back to our transport ...