Nile Cruise from Bristol

MS Monica Nile Cruise from BristolIf you live around the Bristol area then from November onwards we can arrange Nile Cruises from Bristol airport for you.

The new direct service to Luxor commences for the winter departing every Wednesday and we will then be able to offer you sailings on the MS Monica on an All Inclusive or Full Board basis, upper or middle deck cabins as standard with 12 excursions.

Flight seats will go quickly so if your contemplating Nile cruising this winter and flying from Bristol suits you then please feel free to call Barbara or myself on our Freephone number 0808 1089 100 to find out more about prices and availability.

Nile Cruise at Christmas

Nile Cruise at ChristmasIf you are thinking of taking a Nile Cruise at Christmas can I urge you not to wait any longer before booking as almost all the flights, both charter from Gatwick, Birmingham, Bristol or Manchester and the scheduled flights from Heathrow are booked already.  So if your hoping to get away then please book as soon as you can to avoid disappointment.

Maritim Jolie Ville Hotel Luxor – Our next holiday?

Maritim Jolie Ville Hotel Luxor is top of the list for our next visit to Egypt.

Maritim Jolie Ville Hotel Luxor

We are planning our next visit to Luxor for later in the year when we’ll be visiting some new Nile cruise ships and meeting some business partners and we have decided to stay at the Maritim Jolie Ville Hotel after receiving a testimonial from one of our clients earlier this year.

The hotel description sounds pretty magical anyway… Continue reading “Maritim Jolie Ville Hotel Luxor – Our next holiday?”

Tutankhamun – Anatomy Of An Exhibition

Tutankhamun – Anatomy Of An Exhibition

Barbara and Colin at Tutankhamun's Tomb, the Valley Of The The Tomb of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings is probably one of the best-known pieces of land in the world.  Almost everyone has heard of the “boy-king” and on a Nile cruise it is probably one of the most anticipated visits during the whole week.

Barbara and I have visited the tomb on a number of occasions and was you enter the Valley of the Kings you cannot help but feel a tingle of anticipation.

In last Sunday’s Observer I read a two page article entitled “Tutankhamun – The Tomb is opened to all” by Jo Marchant which described a fascinating resource housed at the Griffith Institute which is one of the best Egyptology Museums in the world.  Located in Oxford it would be a fabulous place to visit if you lived nearby.  However for those of us who live a long way away there is now an excellent resource that you can access from your pc. Continue reading “Tutankhamun – Anatomy Of An Exhibition”