Ramada El Sokhna
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... 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, ...
... were orchestrated by very brown Egyptian men), ate lots of desserts (full breakfast and dinner included in the price) and swam in the Red Sea.
It was AWESOME. In fact, I think I'll go back for a few days during Eid El Adha a holiday that includes lots of animal sacrifices, blood and animal parts in the street (or so I've been told).
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... able to see the majority of the Suez in daylight. It is an amazing piece of engineering and there is a northbound convoy of about 20 ships and the same southbound and there are a couple of passing places on the way, the Bitter lakes being one of them and another one which is a canal off to the side, The first part of the canal is lovely on one side and there is nothing but sand on the other. The Egyptian side is the green side and the other side is Saudi ...
... bridge Japan built for them recently,,related to the huge ones in the southern Seine, in France.Very high to accommodate the various ships.
In the distance, the desert side is productive ,and we saw trucks waiting to cross on the barges with grain and oil and produce.
So much to see ,and we were on deck until it was without shade and burning hot,but such a close view from our balcony,just a few mtrs maybe 50 at times to the side.We had a little lunch as ...