Mercure Romance Alexandria
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... the bus tour seemed the safe choice. Just like yesterday, the Egyptian authorities provided us with a police escort, which included a dozen or more men dressed in black with automatic weapons. With sirens
blaring, side road traffic blocked, we toured the city as if we were foreign dignitaries or at least rock stars.
During the day we learned of an Islamist militant attack on ...
Well, I had planned a trip for us via Cruise Critic before we left Canada and I couldn't go in the end as I contacted a flu bug and was in bed/bathroom all night and day. Kent isn't terribly anxious to go anywhere without me but I wrote him a total list of what to do and where to go and he went and I was so glad he did as I would've hated him missing it because of my stomach. Kent was able to go to "The Valley of the ...
... and by the time we reached the final monastery - Jim thought he would just sit and wait under a shade tree while I went on the tour. When we arrived we were greeted by Mercurius Makar - an Egyptian Coptic Monk - he offered to take us on a tour of the monastery. Our guide was surprised as this is not necessarily usual and the fact that Mercurius would be giving our tour in English was even more special. Jim got his second wind and decided he could handle one more ...
... the forecast had got better and was due to be calmer than expected, but I took the pills just in case. We were at sea all day so I was thankful for that! It turned out to be a good day. We were busy, sales were good and the sea was calm, well that was until about 10pm. They got a little rougher but I threw myself into the work and customs stock counts and I made it though the evening with out being ill. Even made it to the crew ...
... modern building, filled with shelves of books in tiers and long study tables. There are hundreds (thousands?) of students coming and going to work on their research. They are young and energetic and well-dressed, debating a wide range of subjects as they come and go. I could sit here all day, enjoying the face of the future of Egypt.
Another day, we spend the day touring the ancient sites. In the 1960s, a modern ...