New Regent Hotel

Address: 15, Moh. Mahmoud & Comhouria, Port Said, Egypt | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 15, Moh. Mahmoud & Comhouria, Port Said.
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      A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... spans two continents is Istanbul. Port Said acted as a global city since its establishment and flourished
      particularly during the nineteenth and the first half of the twentieth century when it was inhabited by various nationalities and religions. Most of them were from Mediterranean countries, and they coexisted in tolerance, forming a cosmopolitan community.






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      A travel blog entry by drtee on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... for even a minute. Without knowing all this, I never really felt unsafe in Egypt. We did have a few hairy moments, but more about those later.

      The first day was also the day that my occasional bout of whatever the hell it is decided to surface. I think this is from my infamous fall in 2010, when I took a cartoon-like flying leap on the ice and apparently rearranged my anatomy. I usually describe it as hip pain or lower back pain, but it really ...

      Can't believe we're here.

      A travel blog entry by scotbig2 on May 12, 2013

      25 photos

      All our lives we hear of places and we are so blessed to be able to finally see what we've heard of.

      By the time construction began on the Suez Canal, the idea of having a waterway joining the east and west was nothing new. Ancient canals had once existed on the Nile River region but nothing to this extent. In 1858 the Suez Canal Company came to being, and set out to build a man-made, salt water passage between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. ...

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      A travel blog entry by mediterranean12 on Nov 17, 2012

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... pyramids. We dismounted and then went to take pictures of Mary holding the pyramid. Inside pyramids (Emily) Tourists are like children. We want to touch and do everything. But I think we are better behaved if we don't have cameras. At least I think that is the rational behind not letting tourists have cameras inside of the pyramids. We left our gear with our guide and started in down the shaft to the tomb. Eden could walk straight up most of the way but everyone else was bent ...

      Dolphins cheer you up!

      A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Jan 20, 2012

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      ... morning was no exception. I stood on the bridge and looked through more than 180 and saw nothing but the imaginary blue line that separates the sea and sky. It was only when I looked through binoculars that I could see, just over the horizon, the tell tale signs of other life. Given I was standing just shy of 150’ above sea level, those signs are a goodly way off. As we made towards them, their indistinct shapes started to take form. We were heading into ...