Jasmine Village Hotel

Address: Safaga Road, Hurghada, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Safaga Road, Hurghada.
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      Travel Blogs from Hurghada

      Through the Suez Canal

      A travel blog entry by franj on Oct 10, 2014

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      We are safely through the Suez Canal and into the Red Sea.we went straight through in a convoy of ships. There were gun emplacements everywhere but everything was quiet and the sunset amazing. We played bridge all afternoon watching out the windows when we were dummy. Today we are stopped at Hurghada on the Red Sea. We went into town by tender and shuttle, but came back almost immediately because it was hot and ...

      I'm on the Pursuit of Happiness

      A travel blog entry by nicole.reed823 on Jul 31, 2014

      I've lost track of where I’m at in my life in Egypt. I’ve found what I came here searching for, happiness. Even if only temporary I’ve seen a side of life that I thought was gone forever for me. I’ve been able to experience happiness for myself. The people I have met here have contributed to it without a doubt but I’ve finally ...

      First Full Day in Hurghada

      A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Sep 10, 2012

      14 photos

      ... in particular were interesting to look at, as they were dolled up with black caps and sunglasses and looked like Joe Camel. It was funny and ridiculous at the same time.

      During our wanderings we passed by a hair salon, and Bill decided to get his hair cut. I thought it was rather brave of him to do so. The young Egyptian man who ran the small salon (only 2 chairs) took his time and gave Bill a great cut. I sat in the unoccupied chair and watched ...

      Temples of Karnak and Luxor

      A travel blog entry by ospry on Apr 02, 2011

      15 photos

      ... not impressive. It was littered with trash, and ramshackled. Thoughts of Mumbai, India, came to mind. But it wasn’t nearly that bad.

      Soon we were into the mountains. They were rugged and desolate. For nearly three hours we drove through a series of small villages. After not seeing vegetation at all in the mountains and desert, we welcomed ...

      History Made - People Power 6th- 11th February

      A travel blog entry by samphilpott on Feb 07, 2011

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      ... the news channel would have had us believe hours earlier…he made it clear he is intending to stay until September elections (which we knew already), is he deaf to what the people say- how can he misread the extend of the feeling of the protesters. I can’t believe it. What was a jubilant crowd thinking they were about to witness a truly historic event, has now turned pretty angry with protesters waving their shoes in the air and chanting he must go. ...