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Egyptian Hotel Review - Ritz-Carlton, Habiba and Isis Island


The Ritz-Carlton, Sharm el-Sheikh, Habiba Village,
Nuweiba and the Isis Hotel, Aswan

This month we review three really different Egypt hotels. Two of them, the Ritz-Carlton and Habiba Village are on the Sinai, but could not be any more different. The Isis in Aswan takes a middle road, but is a very nice choice for budget minded travelers to that region.


Ritz-Carlton, Sharm el-Sheikh by Jimmy Dunn

Habiba Village, Nuweiba by Jimmy Dunn

Isis Hotel, Aswan by Jimmy Dunn

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Great Hair Days in Ancient Egypt By Ilene Springer
Touring With the Young, and Not-So-Young By Jimmy Dunn
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Ancient Egyptian Agriculture By Catherine C. Harris
Why I Keep Going Back, and This is No 'Fish Story'! By Duncan McLean
Off the Beaten Path in the Sinai By Jimmy Dunn
Editor's Commentary
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Ancient Beauty Secrets
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Various Editors
Hotel Reviews By Jimmy Dunn & Juergen Stryjak
Kid's Corner By Margo Wayman
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The Month in Review By John Applegate
Egyptian ExhibitionsBy Staff
Egyptian View-Point
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Nightlife
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Egypt On Screen By Carolyn Patricia Scott
Restaurant Reviews
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