Lagoon Alex Resort & Spa

Alexandria, Egypt | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Alexandria

Found the treasure

A travel blog entry by cindy_yu on Oct 20, 2013

2 photos

... but some Arab found and stopped me ,they thought I hided something here ,they forced me to dig ,beat me cruelly, I could felt the death was nearby .i gave up ,and gave them the gold ,so that I could be alive ,i finally realized what the treasure is .

Then I came to the sycamore ,I drank all night ,and the next day I began to dig at the base of the sycamore, then I finally found my treasure.

At the end ,I was going to go back to the desert ,to find my dear ...

Alexandria the Great

A travel blog entry by chris-tom on Apr 02, 2013

2 comments, 26 photos

... br> Alexandria is Egypt’s second largest city with over 9 million people. It is set on the Mediterranean Sea and is just as chaotic as Cairo. The traffic is unbelievably busy and there is more traffic congestion than Cairo. We passed our hotel on the opposite side of the highway and it took us another ten minutes to do a U turn to finally enter the front ...

Alexandria

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 28, 2012

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... located. It used to be the Pharos lighthouse of Alexandria. It stood 150 Meters high (492 feet). This is my 3rd ancient wonder of the world that I have seen. I have also seen the site of where the Colossus of Rhodes (2012) stood in Greece and the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus Turkey (2008). Tomorrow, I will see my 4th ancient wonder of the world and the only one that still remains. All of the other wonders ...

Alexandria

A travel blog entry by mediterranean12 on Nov 18, 2012

3 comments

... to the crack that was still evident. He sadly told me "Glue not change that" but Eden was delighted that Nefertiti now looked like a recently decapitated zombie. She beamed and took the pen. Attempted pickpocketing While walking back to the car from the pyramids I felt something nudge at my bag. I had tied a water bottle to the bag and I assumed the pull was from the sway of the water bottle. But when I got out of the car I noticed my bags strap had been partially ...

Cairo and the Pyramids

A travel blog entry by ctorres115 on Oct 30, 2012

An early 6.30 am start for our trip to see the Pyramids We met up with other members of our group and boarded the bus for the 3 hour drive to Cairo. After passing through what appeared to be the slums of Alexandria, we set of on the desert highway to Cairo. The traffic was astonishing, a complete lack of lane discipline and what appeared to be a free for all with no apparent rules relating to right of way! All construction projects and garbage collection appeared to have ...