Ailema Hotel

Address: 21, Amin Fikry St., Alexandria, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 21, Amin Fikry St., 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


A travel blog entry by ashmoney on Feb 09, 2015

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Thank Allah this is one of our last stops, I was close to jumping into the Nile with rocks tied to my ankles. Ali is driving me nuts as he has been, and Waymon as well. Good thing Alexandria is one of my favorite sites, I would've driven myself off a sand dune with the camel. Maybe without the camel, as it did no harm. This city is incredible in every aspect. The city flourishes with education ...

Alexandria - We Survived!

A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 05, 2013

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... I had not been sick, but did have stomach cramps. We did not make it down on time for breakfast, but Hanny gathered some pastries and fruit for us to take on the road.

Mohammed and Hanny were our travel companions for the journey to Alexandria. We were able to stop at a pharmacy and get Imodium before leaving Cairo.

Bill and I had taken Gravol before we departed the hotel, so we both slept in the car on the way ...

Egypt... Again...

A travel blog entry by sophie.jane on Mar 16, 2013

... that I spoke to my manager and she told me to go back to my cabin take some pills and lay down. That's what I did... And I started to feel better. I just lay there flat on my stomach listening to the waves crash against the ship, sipping on ginger ale (it's meant to help). The girls came to check on me when they finished work and by then I was a lot better but didn't really want to get up! So I stayed there and just slept. The ...

Faded elegance and crumbling ruins

A travel blog entry by digsbysuky on Nov 29, 2012

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... harbour from attack. They must still be under the sea, waiting to be discovered by underwater archaeologists. We finish the day at the catacombs, a vast underground cemetery from the Greco-Roman period where shafts were dug in the rock for burials. It’s a bit sad touring these sites – usually Mohamed and I are the only people wandering around. Tourism is suffering here, as a result of the ongoing political problems.


The Pyramids

A travel blog entry by smtcan on Oct 30, 2012

... to sit in, so the time passed quickly. The lunch wasn't too inspiring, but we didn't starve, and the views of Cairo were interesting. The cool breeze on the water was an added benefit. On the way to our last stop at the Papyrus Institute we passed the square where the protests were held. It was quite peaceful now. At the Papyrus Institute we saw the traditional way of making papyrus. There was an opportunity to buy paintings on papyrus, but we didn't ...