Jaz Almaza Beach Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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The Grim Reaper has been hanging out in our
neighborhood a lot lately, at least two times a week. The funerals here
... and I may have missed something. Nobody spoke English or German, so the whole process was a major mission, and on top of that, I think we ended up paying way too much to get through, but we did get through after four hours, and that's what counts at the end of the day....but, our day was just starting....
As we exited border control, we got pulled over, and a police man took our passports away, and told us to follow ...
... only showed us the layout of the library and the library Web Site. I actually thing we may look at it when we get home.
Our next stop was Fort Qaitbey. It is supposed to be built on the foundations of the Lighthouse of Alexandria. An earthquake in antiquity brought down the lighthouse. It is another of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient world. The museum that used to house the remains of Napoleon’s fleet ...
... A little tired, but the fever had broken and I felt pretty good. We were supposed to go to another beach - there is a spot just outside of town where General Erwin Rommel reportedly had and recreated - and we were going to go hang out there. A quick poll of the group led us to the decision to head back to Cairo that morning (Marianne and I were supposed to leave that evenening around ...
... west towards the coast. Our first stop of the day, after an hour or so of driving, was the Coptic Christian church of Deir Anba Bishoi. To get there we had to go through some of the 'real' Egypt with squalid conditions for locals and loads of poverty. One of the continuous themes we have seen in Egypt so far is that a lot of building seems to be going on, presumably to try and ease the overcrowding in Cairo, but none of it is completed and even worse, ...