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Jsipes's Port Reviews of Cairo (Port Said), Haifa, Kusadasi
Prinsendam cruise in October 2011
Member Name: Jsipes
Cruise Date: October 2011
Embarkation: other
Destination: Eastern Mediterranean
Member Review: Jsipes's Prinsendam Review
Cairo (Port Said)
Port Rating: 4.0 out of 5+
Interesting, good museum, however no cameras allowed anywhere in Egppt Antiquities Museum. King Tut's floor is a must see. At Pyramids beware of Camel Rides. They will get you up on a camel, then not let you down unless you pay additional. Egyptian Hotels served very good food. Egyptian people were very friendly and loving to all tourists. They are really hurting economically since the reveloution due to less tourism. We tipped them well to help out !!

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Port Rating: 5.0 out of 5+
Jerusalem and Sea of Galalie/Nazareth Tous take one full day each. Both are a MUST SEE. Absolutely terrific, very informative, and a life fulling experience.
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Port Rating: 5.0 out of 5+
Lots and lots of ruins, Roman and Greek. More ruins here than in Greece or Italy !! Better to take a Van Tour (sold on pier) for 20 Euros per person with private guide. That way you can avoid the cruise ship crowds. Appros 25 busses full of cruise tourists per day at Ephesus, and it is difficult to see what you want with such huge crowds. Also good shopping downtown !! Real fake Rolexes !! Ha Ha

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