Address: Fayed's Lake, The Bitter Lakes, Suez, Red Sea and Sinai, 43717, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Fayed's Lake, The Bitter Lakes, Suez.
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Suez Canal Egypt

A travel blog entry by mctoddy1 on Jun 21, 2015

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The ship got into the holding area in the early hours of the morning. At present we are still here and will be until approximately 2pm this afternoon before moving northward in convoy. Presently the southbound convoy is coming through. Having a late breakfast watching the ships just beautiful. As they say best laid plans of mice and men not leaving until after 5.30pm so will miss most ...

A lovely restful day at sea

A travel blog entry by kavking1 on Apr 21, 2015

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In lieu of yesterdays exertions I avoided the gym.

Catching up with the diary - it was a day at sea. We went to hear the talk on Lisbon, sounds like one day isn't nearly long enough. Mark and I went to the movies, 'Interstellar', really excellent.
And the rest of the day and night seemed to revolve around our entry to the Suez Canal. It appears a ship ran aground way ahead of us which messed up timings ...

Passing Through

A travel blog entry by thecolemans on Apr 15, 2015

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... and fanfare from the workers, soldiers (lots) and citizens along the canal.
The land on both sides is really flat and the construction of the new canal is a massive dredging operation. Unexpectedly, there were a couple of bridges across the canal, one a swing rail bridge and the other a massive road bridge which seems to lead to nowhere and doesn't seem to be in use. Obviously there is some longer ...


A travel blog entry by davidmuise49 on Apr 03, 2015

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... deck, eating, drinking, reading and then eating some more. Some excitement occurred when what looked like a pilot boat drew alongside but to our dismay it was just some local entrepreneurs trying to sell hot sim cards.

While we waited we got a history of the Suez Canal. The Suez is more a waterway than a canal. There are no locks, just two canals, one on each end, connecting lakes in the centre, so it is straight, albeit slow, sailing ...

Nearing the end of the grand canal (Suez)

A travel blog entry by johnnoonan on May 09, 2014

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Well it's nearly 4pm today, and anybody that says crossing through the Suez is boring compared to the Panama - dead wrong - totally different and very interesting. At one stage ( in the lake in the middle) our convoy of 19 ships passed over 30 others all "parell-parked" on an angle like downtown Beaudesert - fascinating! The scenery changes all the time - facing North looking forward - Egypt of the right is lush, resorts and ...

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