‘See the pyramids along the Nile’.
Herself has been holding out for the real Egypt, passing up on the chance to go to Sharm El Sheikh a few years ago.
And that’s exactly what Travel Department http://www.traveldepartment.ie will offer you with their Egyptian Adventure with Nile River Cruise.
You will begin your holiday in Cairo with a full-day city tour.
And there will also be the chance of half-day guided tour taking in the Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx.
And before you know it, it’s time to rest back on your seven-day cruise.
Where you’ll enjoy all the luxury of the NS Radamis II meandering down the River Nile.
You’ll have a range of excursions along the way taking in the Temple of Horus, the Valley of Kings, the High Dam and the Temples of Karak and Luxor.
Of course while we all love a bit of Egyptology we also like the oil’ beach.
And to finish it all off you’ll get a three-night stay in Hurghada on the Red Sea coast.
Now because I’ll always find any old excuse to trot out this picture again, here’s snorkelling in the Red Sea in Jordan earlier this year,
While here’s a reminder of what else happened out there… https://jimmurtytraveltraveltravel.com/petra-jordan-jesus-and-the-sands-of-time/
Prices start from €1799pp for 12 nights including return flights, transfers, full-board Nile river cruise B&B or half-board in hotels.
And there are excursions with expert local guides departing April-November,
My not so little Princesses
What’s better than a little Princess? Seven little Princesses. that’s what.
Princess Cruises has upped its deploymenent of ships to the UK and Europe for 2021 to seven.
The line has announced that its smallest ship, the 670-guest Pacific Princess will join six other vessels over here.
Pacific will set sail from June to October on a series of Med voyages departing from my favourite city Rome https://jimmurtytraveltraveltravel.com/2019/08/04/see-rome-on-e50/ and Venice.
In the UK nearly 500 nights will be available across three ships – Grand Princess, Island Princess and Crown Priincess.
Princess Cruises’ three newest vessels, Sky Princess, Enchanted Princess and Discovery Princess will be based in Northern and Southern Europe.
They will have a series of cruises departing from Copenhagen, Barcelona and Athens.
And guess what? I know a thing or two about Copenhagen from catching up with my old mucker Tom on a stop-off on the way to the fjords… https://jimmurtytraveltraveltravel.com/2019/10/15/cruiseday-tuesday-trolls-and-the-fjords/ and https://jimmurtytraveltraveltravel.com/the-call-of-the-fjords/
Rome I’ve told you about. But there’s also Barcelona… https://jimmurtytraveltraveltravel.com/2019/08/23/surfing-the-seas-in-barcelona/.
Athens is one of the world’s great cities, and you know it goes at a slower pace as is evidenced by its most famous site… https://jimmurtytraveltraveltravel.com/2019/09/21/acropolis-later/
While you all know by now… I am Medallion Man. And that serves me well on a Princess ship.
Princess Cruises has a 12-night Mediterranean Connoisseur cruise on Pacific Princess, departing August 15, 2021.
Sailing from Rome to Venice, calling at Portofino, Monte Carlo, Valletta, Giardini Naxos, Kotor, Split, Rijeka and Ljubljana (Koper).
Prices from €2529pp cruise only or from €2991pp inclusive of onboard savings package.
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