harland - Answered a Question by harland (01 Dec 07 22:52)

Thnak you both for the comprehensive and comforting reply! by the way would you both recommend this holiday? Cheer.

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morris - Answered a Question by harland (30 Nov 07 19:02)

Yes there are toilets on the coaches and there are also places to use the public toilets...I can remember decent loos at the pyramids/sphinx and also at Petra in Jordan (we also stopped on the way to Petra at a cafe for people to use the loos) the Valley of the Kings had public toilets which we had to pay for (just any coin) and we were handed two sheets of loo paper!!!! those left alot to be desired if I remember rightly so best to use the coach on that trip!!!

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Powell - Answered a Question by harland (01 Dec 07 09:13)

Just returned. Yes, coaches have toilets. We found the Jordanian ones a bit more comfy. Also, Musuem in Cairo have facilities between 1st/2nd floors.Petra visit, toilets in Visitors centre and 3/4 way down the valley. Also, you get excellent 5* lunches included in 5* hotels with all the expected facilities.

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morris - Answered a Question by harland (02 Dec 07 11:13)

Well it depends what you expect from your holiday...but we have done it twice and have just done the repositioning cruise from palma to Sharm el Sheikh so it can't be that bad!!!!!!!! Loved every minute of it.

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