Agamy Palace Hotel

Address: Al Bittash Beach, Alexandria, Egypt | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Al Bittash Beach, Alexandria, is near Mount Sinai (Mount Moses), Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa, and Stanley Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Alexandria

Alexandria - We Survived!

A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 05, 2013

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... 1.7 million books in several languages. You are not allowed to take them home, but anyone can access the books for free over the internet. While at the library they offered free wifi, but you could not access free email such as hotmail or yahoo. Check it out for yourself: www.bibalex.org

After the library we went to the former Palace. The grounds of the Palace are almost 400 acres. We drove around a small section. The gardens ...

Egypt !

A travel blog entry by sophie.jane on Mar 09, 2013

... and very sleepy we got back to bed at 4am, feeling like a naughty child sneaking home late! Slept in late this morning, getting woken up at 10:50 by our manager knocking on the door. Having an inside cabin and no natural light coming in means we have no idea of the time, so is difficult to wake up naturally. Got up and got ourselves ready and went and had a little pamper session with the girls in their cabin. Did our ...

Visiting the pyramids

A travel blog entry by mjt4662 on Nov 08, 2012

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... was agree to the excursion and our tickets arrived at our door during the night. Even though we have a visit scheduled to the pyramids as part of a post cruise trip, with an unstable country I did not want to bet that we would make it to Cairo after the cruise, something could happen to change those plans. So this morning we have a nice breakfast since we did not leave until 10am and head to the bus, or should I say one of a least 10 ...

Port of Alexandria, Egypt

A travel blog entry by docinga on Oct 30, 2012

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... and all the buildings either in a state of disrepair or where construction was abandoned and unfinished. Scott successfully navigated us to the beachfront boulevard called Corniche and we could see Qaitbay Fort, dating back to 1480 AD, in the distance so headed there. Unfortunately when we got there they only took Egyptian pounds and we had US$ as advised by Princess so we couldn't go in. So instead we covered many km's ...

The Pyramids

A travel blog entry by smtcan on Oct 30, 2012

... irrigation has enabled crops to be grown, so it looked quite green in places. The drive to Cairo took about three hours and our first stop,was in Giza, which is across the river from Cairo, to see the Pyramids. From one side, the pyramids seemed to be out in the desert. We saw lots of camels, including a police man riding one, horse carriages and traditionally dressed people hoping to be paid for posing for photographs. The two large pyramids were very ...

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