El Lido Hotel

Address: Cross Of Alex.St.El Galaa, Mersa Matruh, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cross Of Alex.St.El Galaa, Mersa Matruh, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Mersa Matruh

Hectic first day in Egypt

A travel blog entry by bruceandpetra on Jan 11, 2010

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... we had to wait with the police. Eventually with both of our patience running thin, and on the verge of throwing a tantrum, they handed back our passports and off we went, into the darkness. We were puzzled about the level of security and why, they were doing this for our safety it seemed?!

As it was late, we thought we would stop outside a resort to sleep in the tent in a field.....but about 10 mins later, two ...

Day 19 – Alexandria and the Mediterranean Co

A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 14, 2009

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... street to the catacombs, because a house had started to fall down and there was debris in the street. Once in the catacombs, we were led into several tombs. One was decorated with Egyptian gods and motifs. Even we recognized some of the mistakes that the artist made in representing some of the gods. The Greeks really didn’t know what the gods were and tried to make their version of how they should look.

We ...

Shutting down

A travel blog entry by gingercarter on Mar 07, 2009

... to Morgan's apartment to take showers (none of us were willing to bathe in those rooms in Marsa Matrouh!) We ordered some food (you can have ANYTHING delivered in Cairo!) and I went straight to bed. Marianne and Ekramy went out on their own for a while. I set my alarm for 1:45am, we met the driver at 2am and were at the airport by 2:30am. Our flight to Rome was at 4:35 Sunday ...

A dead sea town

A travel blog entry by gingercarter on Mar 06, 2009

... the bathroom was like something from a Danny Boyle movie. It was like one of those gas stations that you use because you really have to go, but come out coughing... like that, except right next to my bedroom. Sweet. Waking up the next morning, we could see the white sand and clear, turquoise water of the sea and the beautiful, huge sand-colored mosque right next to our hotel. It was a beautiful view for ...

Day 4 - Monastaries & Memorials

A travel blog entry by bgill on Nov 07, 2008

12 photos

... with but as soon as he started talking, we felt sure this was the likely case! He turned out to be ok and very knowledgeable. We were taken round the church itself, shown the flour grinder and fort at a fast pace to make up for our late departure this morning (something that particularly displeased him) before we had to leave.

From here, we went for lunch at the best motorway service station you will ever see. It doubled as a mini zoo ...