My Series of Unfortunate Events

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Traveling to Egypt in the summer of 2003 was the worst mistake my family ever made; from the beginning till the end of the trip, all we passed through was misfortune and trouble! Traveling agency was very bad: traveling schedule was set to be in Sharm El Sheick first; instead the plane reservation was to Cairo! Stuck in Airport for 5 hours to confirm our identities and interrogate us b- Stayed in a hotel far away from the city center with rooms that smelled like sewers! Left 5 days later, to Alexandria by bus. Very long trip, no air condition and the bus engine broke in the middle of the night! Sat beside an Egyptian guy who wouldn’t stop talking!!!!!! b- The beach was very crowded, my sister got food poisoned in the second day Cairo: Four days later we left to Cairo. A city that was once the center of education and culture became a city filled with unemployed people and thieves. Left after 4 days to Cairo, one of the most polluted cities in the world! People are very rude and selfish. The Pyramids. My Series of Unfortunate Events In Egypt Have you ever been in a country where you had experiences so bad that you cursed the day you stepped foot on it? Well, this happened to me! Traveling to Egypt in the summer of 2003 was the worst mistake my family ever made; from the beginning till the end of the trip, all we passed through was misfortune and trouble! Right after that we took a bus to Sharm El Sheikh; it was a very long and boring ten hours drive! I think that our stop in Sharm El Sheick had its positive and negative sides. We arrived in a 4-star hotel that had really luxurious-looking rooms. The only problem is that in the night the room smells like the sewers! Sharm El Sheikh is actually a very nice city with a lot of tourists. The beach is amazing; you can swim there for hours without getting bored. Although Sharm El Sheikh was an expensive city with everything almost twice the price...
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