The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 57 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 57 Summary

Now on their returning journey, everything is at the excursionists' leisure. The ship anchors in Egypt, where Mark Twain and young Jack immediately take a boat ashore. They are met by boys who want to rent them donkeys, and although the two men would rather walk, they finally give in after much badgering. The two men find a hotel and wander around the land. There are a lot of things to see and do, but Jack had not had ice cream in a long time, so they find it necessary to stop for ice cream. The next day, the other excursionists come ashore and scurry around on their miniature sight seeing trips. One of the men from Twain's group of eight, one that was famous for pulling pieces of relics from walls, brings along a little hammer but is perplexed that he cannot...

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