Safaga Palace Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the green and fertile Valley of the Nile,where 98% of the poulation live.Date palms ,nicely kept, small productive tracts of land, with Families working,new large resivours in place further back.
We skirted the villages ,on a new highway and into Luxor,every corner is culltivated,vendors crouched in the shade with nuts and things all set out on the ground.
Amongst it all ,so close to civilization, we saw the Avenue of the Sphnix,perfectly placed in this huge line ,human ...
... is now much hotter and will take a bit of getting used to, especially after two days in the air conditioned cabin. Will venture out to some of the parts of the ship that we have not yet visited this trip, while things are quiet and most people are off on ...
... drink at an air-conditioned restaurant called Starfish just down the street, off we went again to see if we'd have any luck at a different store for souvenirs to bring home with us. This next shopping experience was much better and went pretty much according to plan. I knew the protocol, so just had to see it through to the end. This is how it went:
We entered a store filled with stuff and were greeted by the proprietor and his trusty sidekick helper. ...
... to other Red Sea ports where they will be distributed for sale. There are no containers or cranes. That answered the question of why the other boats at the wharf were docked stern-to. They had rear doors through which the men pushed their carts.
I also noticed there was no security. That's the first time since the cruise began that we didn’t ...
... counted the number of cruise boats moored along the Nile. There are usually a few but today we saw dozens well over 50 and more likely to be nearer 100 lined up with no sign of any passengers. They look like ghosts ships and Luxor is becoming a ghost town…This is the price of the riots in Cairo. Sharma and Hurghada still seem to be open for business, and so is Luxor…there has been no trouble here…but tourists have been warned off and the ...