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Sonesta Moon Goddess, Nile Steamer

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The Sonesta Moon Goddess is the Nile steamer that I used.  I jointed the ship in Luxor, went North to Dendera and then South to Aswan over a week period.  It was a marvelous adventure.  I thoroughly enjoyed my shipmates, the historical sites were outstanding, the guides excellent, and the crew were very helpful.  In general, mornings were spent sightseeing and afternoons and nights sailing to the next port of call.  If there was any shortfall, it was that we did not spend enough time in Luxor, a place that I would dearly like to revisit.  In general passengers joined and left the cruise depending on their level of interest.  The majority of the passengers only sailed from Luxor to Aswan, skipping Dendera.  I joined the ship in Luxor after taking the night train from Cairo.  I arrived at approximately 4am.  Staff were available to welcome me.

Identifier: 2080, Last Accessed: 2017-07-15 14:54:15

 

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