Union Hotel

Address: 164 Sharia 26th , Alexandria, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 164 Sharia 26th , Alexandria, is near Mount Sinai (Mount Moses), Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa, and The Cascades at Soma Bay.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Alexandria

      Second chances

      A travel blog entry by jimstephkrueger on May 10, 2013

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      ... to know mine. Her father, Ahmed, told me that he had lived in New York for many years and loved the United States but that his family was in Egypt and after working many years and saving his money he returned to Alexandria and started investing in his future. They invited me into their home - I declined - but then Bill resurfaced - I made the introductions - Ahmed bought us a sugar cane juice from the street vendor - Hana shared her cookies with me and then ...


      A travel blog entry by asheevk on Nov 20, 2012

      ... wanted to be without having to worry about what was covered and if I was walking infront or behind a man... I'm not saying anything is wrong with the way of life here, that's not at all the point. I am merely saying, that to me, I feel really lucky to have lived in a place where I could discover myself and express myself though my appearance... That is something I most certainly have taken for granted that I realized today. So thank you universe, for ...

      A short day in Alexandria

      A travel blog entry by smtcan on Oct 31, 2012

      ... went to the Catacombs of Kom Ash-Shuqqafa. These were used as burial chambers in the second century AD. They held 300 corpses in a maze of tunnels on three levels. The lowest level is inaccessible because of flooding and the second level was quite wet in places so we had to walk on rickety planks. It was very dark and humid down there, but interesting to see. The tombs were both Egyptian and Roman, the Egyptian corpses were mummified ...


      A travel blog entry by cruisingplus on Oct 30, 2012

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      ... fishing rods. As we walked around the boardwalk we finally came across the start of beach – the sand is not as white like the beaches at home and even though people were swimming here I would be a little hesitant to myself due to other things floating in the water.

      We finally made it around to Fort Qaitbey only to find they would not take US dollars to for entry fee on Egyptian Pounds. Oh well thems the breaks. ...

      A rocky start to an interesting year..

      A travel blog entry by gracez27 on Jun 21, 2012

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      ... the girls' dorms where we live, and a group of adolescent boys started following us, catcalling, and even throwing rocks at us. By the time we had made it halfway back, one of the rocks hit my leg and I decided I wasn't going to take any more of their bs. So we informed some middle-aged shopkeepers on the street of what was going on, and they actually looked taken aback and began yelling at the teenagers boys to stop. Now, I ...