New Regent Hotel

15, Moh. Mahmoud & Comhouria, 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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... through.

It took almost all day to make it through the canal. The sentry guards would whistle at the ship and wave as we floated by. There was a time we had to wait in Bitter lake for 2 hours, while NB ships made their way. You cannot have ships going both ways at once.

On the Egyptian side of the canal you see buildings and mosques and sentries, gardens and farms and oasis, and on the opposite African side you see sand, more sand ...

Nov 17, 2012

A travel blog entry by mediterranean12

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... want hot sauce? just bite into a tied off plastic bag and squirt in on. If you are like David then your visual tolerance for spice is far greater than you actually tolerance for spice and had to drink your complimentary Pepsi and your UHT milk in a hurry. Hunger was sated. Palates were broadened. Hearts were filled. Guide Revolution square (Mary) Our guide told us that revolution puts a dent in the tourism business. She says that since last year, tourism is down, ...

Pirates!

A travel blog entry by audreyatsea

... just settling down to concentrate when 2 old men came and sat either side of me and shouted companionably to each other. I gave up.

A New Yorker has joined our dinner table having been turned away from boarding ship at Southampton for lack of an Indian visa (as many others). He found it quicker to fly back to New York to get one than wait in Englad. He was accommodated in Cairo for several days. I think F O messed up.


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Other Hikes: Port Said (1025)

A travel blog entry by superhikes

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... wealth to and from the continents. Wars have been fought over control of this canal—and probably will be fought again… but for now, Egypt is the caretaker of this Passageway of the World. Next to the canal are very un-Egyptian looking buildings—multi-storey wooden structures with large balconies that go all around the perimeter and decorative iron railings, more like something you’d see in a Caribbean country. ...

1025. Crossroads of the World (Egy 021)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

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... of Europe, Africa, and Asia… where thousands of ships squeeze through, moving earth’s wealth to and from the continents. Wars have been fought over control of this canal—and probably will be fought again… but for now, Egypt is the caretaker of this Passageway of the World. Next to the canal are very un-Egyptian looking buildings—multi-storey wooden structures with large balconies that go all around the perimeter ...

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