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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.
... for the next day. I’m sure this routine is carried out much the same way today as it has been for millennia.
My friend Mohamed, who I worked with at Amarna, met me in Alex to act as my tour guide and personal bodyguard. He meets me at the hotel every morning for breakfast, always with a fabulous plan for the day. One day we visit the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the modern version of the city’s ancient library. It is ...
... cut my bangs short again! Not a big deal to most people, but to me, it was a big deal. It made me feel like me again, all crazy and straight bangs again! HA. We met up with Jenny, Dante (from the production cast) and 2 Canadians from the Youth Counselor department. Rochelle and Jenny had warned me what the cab ride to the mall would be like (we wanted to get wifi and mainly just get off the ship in a safe area).... This cab ride was like no other cab ride ...
... better than nothing. We had a quick stop at a gas station and we saw how petrol is pretty cheap here compared to New Zealand. It was 45c for a litre of petrol.
As we drove up north to Alexandria Hosny was driving on a highway at speeds ranging from 80kmph to 120kmph. The real scary part about this was not his driving but the number of people that crossed the highway while cars were trying to break speed limits.
At 10am we arrived at ...