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Travel Egypt & Tour Cairo and Alexandria

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Among all civilizations and nations, Egypt has always maintained a unique position. Egypt, commonly known as “The Motherland of the World,” “Land of Civilizations” and “The Greatest Power in Human History,” is reputed worldwide for its distinct 7,000-year-old record of civilization and immense wealth of knowledge. The country nourished by the sacred Nile River has long captured the world’s imagination as the magic land of the Pharaohs and their awe-inspiring Pyramids of Giza, the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World to survive. This has made Egypt a master and pioneer of science, arts, culture, architecture...

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Mediterranean and Egypt Cruise by Wheelchair

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INTRODUCTION There aren’t many cruise itineraries that allow you to visit 3 ancient marvels like the Colosseum in Rome, the Parthenon in Athens, and the Pyramids at Giza all in one cruise, which is why I was excited to embark on Royal Caribbean’s 12-Night Greece and Eastern Mediterranean cruise on the Legend of the Seas in June, 2009. You can’t beat the convenience of being able to see some of the most famous sites from the ancient world up close, all without having to change hotel rooms. As an added benefit, the cruise was round-trip from Rome, which gave...

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Egypt: Accessible Adapted Scuba Diving

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Scuba diving is the best way to experience the underwater world. Someone who is a paraplegic or uses a wheelchair can now feel the sense of weightlessness and complete freedom of movement under water. Scuba diving gives people with disabilities an opportunity to experience something new, participate in an active sport, meet people, and find out what it’s like to breathe underwater. It is an adventure, a challenging experience that unlocks inner strength and outer confidence.   Barakuda Diving Centers are located right along the Red Sea in Hurghada, Egypt. The two wheelchair accessible centers are at the Intercontinental...

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