When the Roman emperors ruled the world, devotees captains in the Roman legions who have given loyal service, could count on a gift for retirement, if you're lucky, the equivalent of a few hundred hectares of farmland in the south of the Mediterranean & # 39; and, mainly in areas that now lie in the coastal . Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco.
Over the next two thousand years these rich, fertile land between the mountains of the Atlas and the sea became perfectly productive agricultural regions. Recently, there was a time when the Algerian vineyards annually produces more wine than the entire state of California. The protective shadow of the Atlas, as well as the San Gabriel and other coastal tracts in California, helped make the Algerian coastal zone a great place to live and work.
Algeria's modern nation a giant, almost four times larger than Texas. Today, as the Sudan in 2011 was divided into two states, it is today with the & # 39 is the largest country on the African continent. Algeria called their capital, Algiers "Alger la Blanche" (White City) because of the beautiful buildings pabyalenyh that sparkle on the sunny slopes overlooking the sapphire Algeria Gulf.
Visitors often come to Algeria to the country through Algeria, and is definitely worth to extend my stay there for several days, if possible. Among its many treasures in Algeria is the famous Hotel Saint-Georges, a beautiful Moorish palace, built on the hill as early as 1889. It is here that Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery sent most of his North African campaign in World War II, and it is also during the war also took many important conferences between General Eisenhower and the premiership & # 39; er Minister Churchill.
After the independence of Algeria from France in 1962, the St. George Hotel has been renamed in El Zhazair that well preserved until today. Many modern guides list El Zhazair as one of the ten or twenty of the world's most famous hotels. As reported, the French writer Henri de Monterlant after a long stay, said: "The sky is still there!" because he found it so pleasant, and the food is so tasty.
With a view of the bay from the high hill in the heart of the bustling city, it boasts fortified walls and a huge botanical garden, home to a number of rare Mediterranean trees. If you visit Algeria, this may be a good choice for your first stay. You will be shocked at how little it cost to stay in a fabulous and luxurious hotel. In recent months, you could stay at a person, double occupancy in El Zhazair $ 150 per day. Such a luxury hotel could run you over and over again than to jump and jump across the Mediterranean to Italy or France.
Modern Algeria big, beautiful and thriving. There superb restaurants, beautiful architecture, fabulous beaches, historic Kasbah, envious museum. you will want to savor the delicious food especially in this seaside capital. I have too many happy memories of the dinner in Algeria, but if I had to choose one favorite restaurant, it's probably El-Kassar, which has high expectations have always been met with fresh fish, prepared with the catch of the day, brought up with for tail river in the bay and many variations, there cooked lamb, Algeria conventional product. Algerian cuisine is usually very well done. Although it is considered one of the most expensive restaurants in the city, dinner for two is rarely more than 50 to 75 dollars. But you may want to do their own study!