La Reine Hotel and Dive Resort

Address: Peace Road, Dahab, South Sinai, Red Sea and Sinai, 46617, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Peace Road, Dahab.
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    Travel Blogs from Dahab


    A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jul 19, 2015

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    ... the desert which was interesting.. So many corrugations and bumps and the bikes got stuck in the sand all the time as they were not powerful enough! And then halfway through we went over a few massive bumps and I strained a muscle under my rib so every time we then went over a bump it felt like I was getting stabbed!! So that was not fun! But we still had a good time! Adam even went for a night dive before dinner!! Then we headed back to the Asian place for dinner!! Was ...

    The Red Sea

    A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife on Jan 03, 2013

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    ... place to spend six days over Christmas chillaxing sipping bendoin tea at a beach restraunt reading "I know this much is True" or having nice group seafood dinners going out on the town afterwards for Christmas eve/day ...

    Kalabasha Temple

    A travel blog entry by brad.and.erika on Nov 12, 2012

    ... Aswan. It is a huge hotel but we are the only guests for lunch and it looks like there isn't anyone staying there either. Across the road on the Nile River, many large luxurious ships are moored idly waiting for the tourists to come back. It is quite an unusual scene with a busy metropolis on one side of the river and on the other side, just desert as far as the eye can see.Our ...

    Valley of the Lions

    A travel blog entry by brad.and.erika on Nov 11, 2012

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    ... in case people don't want to walk up the hill through the sand to the temple......$5 will buy a ride but sadly the camel man is nowhere to be seen, probably not enough tourists to make it worthwhile for him. Anyway the walk is welcome in the morning coolness and breeze. We have seen much better preserved temples than this one in which most of the carvings have been partially or completely destroyed, but Tarek still points out all ...

    Crossing the border

    A travel blog entry by wanderingnomad- on Oct 02, 2012

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    ... out laughing “Are you serious!? That is dedication”. Fabio looked unruffled by our comments.

    The taxi pulled up and took us into Eilat which is the Israeli border city. I noticed that this town also a resort style town with a lot of tourist infrastructure. I was glad I wouldn’t be staying here long. My plan was to take a bus for several hours to Mitzpe Ramon, a town perched on the edge of a crater in the Negev desert. Clare declared she was starving so ...