Grand Albatros Hotel

PO Box 495, Port Said, Egypt | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Port Said

Can't believe we're here.

A travel blog entry by scotbig2

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... and sentries still line the roadway alongside the canal.

We wanted to see the first entry into the canal but that was at 01:30 hours and we were tucked into our bed sound asleep. Kent woke early and was able to capture the sunrise and got two amazing shots of the Egyptian-Japaneese Friendship Bridge. He came back to bed and I got up and got some shots of the two sides of the canal and our entry into Bitter Lake and Little Bitter Lake which the ...

Nov 17, 2012

A travel blog entry by mediterranean12

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... in the sarcophagus. I just couldn't pass up the chance to have done it. Good thing they took my camera. Im not sure what else I would have done. Lunch (David) after seeing the sphinx we were all hot tired and most of all hungry. in our car we were treated to lunch buckets, just like the ones hanging from the trees in Return to Oz, only instead of jelly sandwiches there was a delicious combination of pasta, rice, lentils and onions. The lentils portrayed meat with ...

Dolphins cheer you up!

A travel blog entry by pjh60

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Wednesday 18th January 2012

As I looked forwards from the starboard wing of the bridge, I saw two dolphins take it in turns to leap out of the water towards the bow of the ship. They are so graceful and so sleek. They weren’t in view long, but although the sky was still overcast and there was slight precipitation, there were breaks in the cloud and I think this brief sighting heralds improvements all round.

We are still shuffling along at ...

Other Hikes: Port Said (1025)

A travel blog entry by superhikes

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... Cairo coming desperately in need of fresh air.

I stop in a park with a big obelisk in the center to go ahead and play my set. To my pleasant surprise, I’m joined by a couple of young ladies who listen from a respectable distance. Then I continue on… to the Suez Canal itself.

The Suez Canal… the crossroads of Europe, Africa, and Asia… where thousands of ships squeeze through, moving ...

1025. Crossroads of the World (Egy 021)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

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... caters to tourists—but not foreign tourists… this is more for the middle and upper class folks from Cairo coming desperately in need of fresh air.

I stop in a park with a big obelisk in the center to go ahead and play my set. To my pleasant surprise, I’m joined by a couple of young ladies who listen from a respectable distance. Then I continue on… to the Suez Canal itself.

The Suez Canal… ...

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