Agamy Palace Hotel

Al Bittash Beach, Alexandria, Egypt | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Alexandria

Second chances

A travel blog entry by jimstephkrueger

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... and Egyptian ‘popes’. We were shown how the monks lived and saw some of the old cells that they spent their days in. We learned how the monasteries function and the schedules of the monks.
It was a very hot day and there was a sandstorm that passed through. We had done a lot of driving, standing, walking - etc. We had taken our shoes off multiple times and walked barefoot where many have walked barefoot before (foot sanitizer anyone?). We had ...

Egypt... Again...

A travel blog entry by sophie.jane

... Watch. Laura our manager used to work there and still had friends on board. She offered to take us over to just see another ship and another set of shops. We tagged along and I'm glad we did... We complain about the Spirit but we realised after going on there how good we have it. The shop team have tiny cabins with tiny bunks and just a sink in there. The shared bathroom is across the hall, one bathroom with one toilet and ...

Faded elegance and crumbling ruins

A travel blog entry by digsbysuky

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... day in Alex, I wake up early to wander along the Corniche, a long graceful street that follows the seafront. Mohamed joins me for the walk – poor him... I’ve made him walk almost everywhere in the city. I don’t think he was expecting all this exercise, but after weeks in the dig house at Amarna it feels wonderful to spend my days walking.

We watch the fishermen returning with their catch. They seem ...

TRAFFIC JAM

A travel blog entry by asheevk

... ever experienced in my life, it was with a man called Mohammed whom Rochelle and Jenny had used before when going to this mall.

In we piled into Mohammeds 30 year old station wagon and off we went. I have never seen anything like the traffic I saw in Alexandria, it was around 2 pm and the streets were packed. Traffic jams everywhere, there is no such thing as traffic lanes, or traffic lights or anything like speed limits.... It is basically a free ...

Alexandira, pearl of the mediterranean

A travel blog entry by immyinegypt

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... up the remains of ancient egyptian, roman and greek ruins, this city has a totally different feel to Cairo - positively european. The city's buzz feeds off the life on the long Corniche stretching along a coastline that looks across to Greece. Everything moves at a slower pace here and we spend a long afternoon ambling the corniche, watching the sun set and fishermen at work, and being stopped for photos with various inquisitive bystanders. We've now gleaned ...

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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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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