Cleopatra Hotel

El Sadat Street, Siwa, Egypt | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Siwa

Super Siwa Sand Safari

A travel blog entry by theresabill


... private oasis. There were two sites that were close to each other. The first spot had a natural hot spring and was discovered by Russians who were looking for oil. The second spot had a "lake", which was more likely a natural pond, that a local person tried to create a new business by adding fish to the lake, but apparently it didn't work.

It was very windy so we could not have lunch at the "lake". The guys headed back to the hot water springs to prepare lunch ...

Burning Rubber to Siwa

A travel blog entry by theresabill


... almost zero plant life along the road.

When we were about 150 km from Siwa we heard a bang and he van started swaying. Mohammed had the vehicle under control and stopped very quickly. They changed the tire and we back enroute very quickly. It gave Bill and I the chance to explore a bit. We found many bleached and deserted snail shells. It also gave me the opportunity to use the outdoor facilities.

50 km's from Siwa and we had another ...

The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

A travel blog entry by barry0fisher


... circuit as the taxi had taken us. The best restaurant is East-West, which is cited by both the Lonely Planet and the locals. Frances was surprised to see items on the menu she'd heard about, but never seen before. Like Sahlab (spelling?), a milky coconut, banana and cinnamon drink, dishes with couscous, and that the babaganoush was actually spicy. [[Apparently most food in Egypt is on the bland side.]]

What else... there's donkey ...

Siwa Oasis

A travel blog entry by irenen42


Yep another oasis :) This was a small town, that moved at quite possibly the most relaxed pace I have ever seen - big call in Egypt. We hired bikes to ride out to see the mountain of the dead about 4km out of town - a small hill with maybe 100 tombs. We then rode on to see the temple of the oracle - where Alexander the great was proclaimed as the son of Zeus. Last stop on bikes was Cleopatras Bath - a natural spent set ...

Hello Siwa

A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos

... on the subject of liquid, did you know much of Egypt's bottled
water comes from Siwa? There are natural springs throughout the joint,
but this begs the question as to why the water coming out of the
faucets ...


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