Plaza Hotel

394 El Gueish Ave., Alexandria, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 394 El Gueish Ave., Alexandria, is near Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa, Stanley Bridge, and Deir Mar Mina (St. Mina Monastery).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Plaza Hotel Alexandria

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

    Travel Blogs from Alexandria

    Saqqara, Dahshur, and Alexandria

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Dec 27, 2013

    33 photos

    ... and sunrise? And, keeping in line with third world travel, everyone expects you to have small change. I get it at the small local shop, but when your charging 80 LE for a tourist entrance fee, maybe have some extra 20 LE notes for change. The next day I prepared to head to Alexandria, a nice 2.5 hour train ride. At breakfast, one of the Egyptian hostel workers, who I hadn't met yet, asked me: "Did you just get out of your country's military?" Me: "Why would you ask that?" Him: ...

    Visiting the pyramids

    A travel blog entry by mjt4662 on Nov 08, 2012

    5 photos

    ... He finally pulls out the stuff in my price range (they only have so much time until the bus is scheduled to leave) and we make a deal. We get a chain that both I like and some other salesman thinks is appropriate (without me asking) then while I wait for the cartouche to be finished we are shown to a papyrus museum downstairs that also has bathrooms. I didn’t see much of a museum here, I did see a lot of very pretty papyruses ...

    Port of Alexandria, Egypt

    A travel blog entry by docinga on Oct 30, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... through the policed gates. We headed away from the ship without any real map and took our chances while being stared at by local Egyptian men sitting at all the street cafes with few women to be seen. Can't say anyone extended any friendly greetings our way and the street shops were obviously meant for locals and not tourists. Still it was interesting although disappointing to see everything so filthy with rubbish ...

    The Pyramids

    A travel blog entry by smtcan on Oct 30, 2012

    ... to sit in, so the time passed quickly. The lunch wasn't too inspiring, but we didn't starve, and the views of Cairo were interesting. The cool breeze on the water was an added benefit. On the way to our last stop at the Papyrus Institute we passed the square where the protests were held. It was quite peaceful now. At the Papyrus Institute we saw the traditional way of making papyrus. There was an opportunity to buy paintings on papyrus, but we didn't ...

    Alexandria was great!

    A travel blog entry by maughin on Oct 07, 2012

    10 photos

    ... discovered a whole buried ancient world! The greeks mummified their bodies close to the egyptians process but was not as good, and the tomb has water seeping into it which damaged the bodies. The egyptians would have known about the water level but the greeks obviously didnt. There were paintings and the egyptian gods were detailed on the walls but with a Greek feel to them so they had Greek outfits, not Egyptian. Whenever we left a site, our guide would jokingly say we had to work out ...