Imperial Shams Resort

Address: Safaga Road 52L, Hurghada, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Safaga Road 52L, Hurghada.
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    Travel Blogs from Hurghada

    Cairo to Luxor

    A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Aug 02, 2015

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    ...via s stop on the West Bank of the Red Sea. A long and hot journey to Roots Camp sited close to small Red Sea lagoon. Run by an English couple who happy to have the truck set up camp in the backyard. Setting the tents up on a sun baked area was just asking for trouble. Luckily upgrades were readily available, the bar had plenty of beer and joy of joys there was a swimming pool. Our first track meal went off very credibly and this overland company appreciates ...

    Russian Bali

    A travel blog entry by robbiej on Jul 14, 2015

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    Next day was a 3am start to go see the Abu Simbel temple. This is not just because of the heat, but because we had to be transported by tourism police! (There is no danger, it's just protical!) The whole group where like zombies and breakfast. As we left the boat at 4am, someone either tried to sell me a horse, sell me a ride on a horse or maybe trade it for Chelsea.. Anywhere, anytime! Abu Simbel temple is the famous temple that Ramses the second built for himself when he ...

    Hurghada - Land of Russians and loud beach music

    A travel blog entry by itsabsmallworld on Oct 26, 2012

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    ... plank (with Dan swinging his arms at the end nearly falling off). That night we headed out as a tour group for dinner to the For You cafe. Here I tried my first Egyptian cocktail - a mojito that came out bright green with a clown decorated toothpick, curled lime wedge and stalk of droppy mint. I have never seen the clown toothpick cocktail decoration but I think it would fit in nicely at the restaurant we went to in Tenerife that stabbed a raw stick of spaghetti ...

    Desert Jeep Safari, Bedouins & a Birthday Party!

    A travel blog entry by rileydog99 on Apr 06, 2012

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    ... and are staying for longer periods of time in one place. The mud brick huts have no roof - they just make roofing out palm fronds or thatch for the time they will be living there. The impression I got was that they still move around but will periodically return to one of their previous abandoned camps.The Bedouin society remains a male oriented patriarchal society. Men are more likely to adjust and interact with the modern ...

    Dubai through Pirate Territory

    A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on Apr 08, 2011

    13 photos

    ... roller skate through them.

    We finally came up for air and water, then back to the bus. We were off to lunch and I have to say I was very impressed with the way Cunard handled 900 people having lunch together. They split us up in various restaurants in the hotel and buffets were set up everywhere. Of course wanting to see more than just eat, I told David I would meet him in the lobby of the hotel, but was side tracked by ...