Ramsis Hotel

Address: 236 El Kornish Road, Azarita, FL5, Alexandria, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 236 El Kornish Road, Azarita, FL5, Alexandria, is near Stanley Bridge and Deir Mar Mina (St. Mina Monastery).
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Travel Blogs from Alexandria

Crossing the desert with the Alchemist

A travel blog entry by cindy_yu on Oct 20, 2013

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Before I set out ,I told Fatima that I would leave for seeking my treasure ,and she promised that she will wait for me .Then I went with the Alchemist ,began to cross the desert.

We have walked very far, and when the night was coming ,we spread our sleeping gear and kept us ...

Alexandria the Great

A travel blog entry by chris-tom on Apr 02, 2013

2 comments, 26 photos

... We had a few hours to spare before dinner and enjoyed a drink on the terrace overlooking the ocean and the Egyptian sunset.

Alcohol is not available very easily in Egypt. The Egyptian people do not drink any alcohol and a lot of the local restaurants do not serve it. The hotels where we stay have a limited range so we make do.


Faded elegance and crumbling ruins

A travel blog entry by digsbysuky on Nov 29, 2012

1 comment, 19 photos

... lived here, thinking their love could conquer Augustus. The world’s greatest teachers and students once spent their days amongst a collection of every written work, until the library was destroyed by a combination of earthquakes, wars and religious (Christian versus pagan) hatred.

And yet, there is also a timelessness to Alex. Simple fishing boats, still guided by oars rather than motors line the western edge of ...


A travel blog entry by mediterranean12 on Nov 18, 2012


... I thought this might be the same. But they trotted along the wooden slates laid down above a standing river and next to the large cubbyholes that held the dead. Fadwa explained in perfect English how the common people were burred here with cheep versions of mummification that didn't last as long. But still Isis stood with her protective wings covering the tombs and the Jackal god held his hands out for the dead to live again. Coptic Christians The Coptic church ...

Alexandria - day 2

A travel blog entry by ctorres115 on Oct 31, 2012

Departed at 8 am on our second tour of Alexandria. Same bus and tour guide. First stop was Fort Quait Bey. Historic structures dating back to the 15th Century. Shocked at the amount of polution. Next stop was the Catacombs. Interesting but a little claustrophobic. Fortunately, managed to beat most of the crowds. Many of the tour buses were just arriving as we left! ...