Radisson Blu Hotel, Alexandria
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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 ...
... Gardens. We took our lives into our hands and crossed the road from the hotel to the beach haven owned by the Four Seasons. We were completely alone, besides the guard who kept riff raff off the pristine lawns. The road had a pedestrian light, but a traffic police officer had to intervene each time to make the cars stop at the red light.
... bad as India. It is in the rivers and all over
the railway tracks. This city was named after Alexander the Great and I pictured a city to be named after one of the biggest heroes of all time to look a bit nicer than this. It’s literally a **** hole and the train station is missing a lot of windows. Sometimes Alexandria is called Alex for short. We arrived the Alexandria railway station and only had 3 hours to see ...
... for your friends?" She ran her business the employed a driver and an assistant. It was clear she ran the show. Her professionalism was striking. She was early for our meetings dressed well and spoke with authority. One night she woke up at four am to arrive hours before we would dock just to be sure traffic wouldn't impede her. She was meticulous in her explanation of places. She would offer all of the competing theories and then explain what one was the most likely. ...
... 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 ...