Dome Marina Swiss Inn Resort Ain Soukhna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... with a statue.
Slightly further along the canal there is another memorial. The Suez War Memorial remembers lives lost during the Suez War and is shaped like a bayonet.
Other than waving at the various military personnel that line the eastern banks of the canal, there were two more highlights – this time in bridge form.
The El Ferdan Railway Bridge is the longest swing span bridge in the world. Sometimes there is a train waiting to ...
... between ships. Next we enter the Crocodile Lake and we pass the city of Ismailia on its shore. We then pass back in to the Suez Canal proper so to speak and we have no more natural waterways left. But there is still a long way to go and so we have the Suez bypass which allows a few more ships heading south to start their journey and moor up while the northbound convoy passes. As we travel along the bypass it looks like the ships waiting are actually stuck in ...
... act was a refreshing change from all the above as he used a mix of puppet dummies and audience participation for this well scripted show. It was fast paced in the usual 5 languages. For this reason it was very entertaining. Shows, in general only last about 40 minutes. I feel MSC has the timing absolutely spot on. It gives the acts just enough time to leave the audience entertained without getting fidgety and starting to look at their watches!! On this occasion, ...
I just occurred to me that I forgot to load my pictures from Ain Sukhna! When the school gave us a few days off because we were told we couldn't start until September 15th, I was invited to share a taxi over to the Red Sea by a couple of teachers. They were taking their middle school kids over, so I jumped at the chance! We basked in the sun, played in the pool ...
... completed too late for the 1869 opening and premiered at the Cairo Opera House in 1871. (Courtesy HAL Explorer)
As a side note of interest to me; One of my shipmates that I wintered over with in the Antarctica in 1961, loved the opera Aida and would get soused and play it over and over in our rec room at Hallet Station. One night in the dark of winter in an obvious passion driven stupor he began roughly pulling the ...