Amoun Hotel

Address: 32 El Nasr Street El manshia, Alexandria, 21599, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 32 El Nasr Street El manshia, Alexandria, is near Stanley Bridge and Deir Mar Mina (St. Mina Monastery).
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandria


    A travel blog entry by wangbotong on Oct 25, 2013

    ... I finally be the man which I wanted to be in the beginning. I achieve my dream. I know the languages of the world and I have a woman who loves me so bad. I appreciate the people who helpe me. I can't make this withour them. Now I get my treasure, I want to go and find Fetima, I want to marry her and make her to be the happiest woman in the ...

    Wonderful, Exciting Egypt

    A travel blog entry by beckylharris on May 10, 2013

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... mummy room where the actual mummy's are. Can't take pictures any where inside the museum. We then went to a Papyrus store where they demonstrated how paper is made. also got to buy some. Then a buffet lunch and then to the pyramids. they are right outside of town which was a surprise, but in the desert. Got to climb on one of them and had a sand storm but I thought that just added to the experience. Rode a camel!! Then to the Sphinx. Did a little shopping and then ...

    Day trip to Alexandria

    A travel blog entry by prgeeves on Nov 10, 2012

    27 photos

    ... provided at a Greek restaurant called Athena's and we had fish soup, fish kebab, chocolate cake and a pot of coffee. After a slow ride back to Cairo we did a quick change and set off for the sounds and light show at the pyramids. This was spectacular. Tomorrow we head for the pyramids early then head off for the sleepier train to ...

    Visiting the pyramids

    A travel blog entry by mjt4662 on Nov 08, 2012

    5 photos

    ... guide for the day, we call her Pharaoh lady, has a degree in Egyptology and just a delightful informative lady. She is also wearing heels. As we leave the port she explains that the front seat across from her is for security if they wanted to join our bus. We are part of a convoy of buses with armed security at the front and bringing up the rear of the convoy. She then explains that onboard the bus is a water closet. This is where I ...

    Cairo and the Pyramids

    A travel blog entry by ctorres115 on Oct 30, 2012

    ... making up the structure. Souvenir vendors were everywhere, which was not surprising given the very low average wage and current political and economic upheaval and heavy dependence on tourism. Next the Sphinx, equally impressive given their size and the fact that they had been chiseled out of one enormous piece of stone. Our next stop was to board a river boat for a trip along the Nile. We had lunch on the boat consisting of typical Egyptian food and some local ...