Porto Marina Resort & Spa
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... KFC and cant figure out why we don't eat it more often. At lunch we were all discussing how tired we were from the night of cruise ship board revery. Radwa offered that she was also very tired. When pressed to ask why she told us her husband subscribes to an Twitter feed from his home village in upper Egypt and that a group of school kids bus had been hit by a truck. They were all from poor families and she had been up all night trying to round up the medical ...
... are the tombs of over 5,000 Italian soldiers who died here during the battles against the Allies in 1942. Nearly half of the tombs are signed 'Unknown' and this is very touching really, because so many of those young men couldn't even be recognized. Inside the Memorial there's a small museum and the Cemetery with the tombs over 200 Lybian soldiers (at those times, Lybia was an Italian colony) who fought for the Fascist Army during WWII and a ...
... outside the resort, for Europeans there's just the desert. I spent a very lazy and relaxing time sunbathing and strolling on the beach (it's sooooo long, and outside the resort the seaside gets wilder, with rocks and high waves...), and could take advantage of the village's unique position to take part in some great trips. All in all, a remarkable experience and a holiday I'd surely repeat!
... The fort was constructed on a narrow peninsula in 1480 by the Mamluk sultan Qaitbey. It sits on the remains of the ancient Pharos lighthouse, one of the wonders of the ancient world. Unfortunately the fort did not open until 9 a.m. and entry inside was not part of the group tour. We had 15 minutes to wander around outside.
Next we drove two minutes to the Mosque of Abu Abbas al-Mursi, which appears to be the largest mosque in Alexandria. It was originally the tomb of a ...
... s Pillar. This is on top of a hill where there are the ruins of a temple. The Pillar, 30m high & 9m round, was made of red granite for a pharaoh and is said to have had the urn of Pompey’s ashes on the top. On either side are two sphinxes. As we entered the area through security checks as usual, we were told we could take cameras but one of the men said I wasn’t allowed to take in my little camera stand because no stands were allowed - an indication of ...