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... s Pillar, not really a pillar but a column and it had nothing to do with Pompey. Surrounded by city, the temperatures reached 90 by mid morning. An ancient Roman Amphitheatre, discovered only a few decades ago, was our next stop.
We spent a couple of hours at the new, Library of Alexandria, constructed on a site near the ancient Library of Alexandria. About a decade old, the ...
... LINDA) took Kent under her wing and protected him from the super aggressive sales people.
He came back with a fez, and looked the part, and bought some trinkets and me a beautiful necklace in silver and gold with my name on it in hieroglyphics. So beautiful, and I am so glad he got to be there. My only regret this trip was missing the pyramids. He got some great shots and he did so well. Proud of that man!
... when they would receive many tour buses of visitors each week to the monastery and now since the revolution they receive about 14 +/- individuals a week like Jim and I. While they do not rely on tourism to succeed it is the tour company and guides that are suffering. I bought a few crosses for our collection and in conversation told Mercurius about the theft of some of our crosses when we had the break-ins last year. He showed concern and also interest in ...
... Watch. Laura our manager used to work there and still had friends on board. She offered to take us over to just see another ship and another set of shops. We tagged along and I'm glad we did... We complain about the Spirit but we realised after going on there how good we have it. The shop team have tiny cabins with tiny bunks and just a sink in there. The shared bathroom is across the hall, one bathroom with one toilet and ...
... harbour from attack. They must still be under the sea, waiting to be discovered by underwater archaeologists. We finish the day at the catacombs, a vast underground cemetery from the Greco-Roman period where shafts were dug in the rock for burials. It’s a bit sad touring these sites – usually Mohamed and I are the only people wandering around. Tourism is suffering here, as a result of the ongoing political problems.