Palace Hotel

Address: 19 Ghandi Street, Port Said, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 19 Ghandi Street, Port Said.
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      And now for something completely different

      A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 24, 2014

      9 photos

      ... after Lagos. Its metropolitan area is the 16th largest in the world. Located near the Nile Delta, it was founded in AD 969. Nicknamed "the city of a thousand minarets" for its preponderance of Islamic architecture, Cairo has long been a center of the region's political and cultural life. Cairo has the oldest and largest film and music industries in the Arab world, as well as the world's second-oldest institution of higherlearning, al-Azhar University. With a population of ...


      A travel blog entry by drtee on Oct 24, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... else. Add my bad knee to that, two badly mutilated feet, and I wasn’t traveling too well. I was in a LOT of pain. Oh yeah, that’s one thing I forgot to bring, Alleve and hydrocodone.

      Anyway, this is the worst it’s ever been, and this may very well be my last trip. I’m determined to get the geniuses at UT Southwestern at work on it when I get back.

      Cairo is about a three-hour drive from Alexandria, but if ...

      Can't believe we're here.

      A travel blog entry by scotbig2 on May 12, 2013

      25 photos

      ... later, the canal was opened, enabling a faster and easier way to get from Europe to Asia-without having to sail around the southern tip of Africa.

      Extraordinary buildings line the canal bordered by golden sand. Public gardens and mosques line the shores of Port Said. Then as we get aabout halfway down, some fascinating momuments that honour the Israeli Egyptian War show up. The Suez Canal was the border between the two countries during the ...

      Nov 17, 2012

      A travel blog entry by mediterranean12 on Nov 17, 2012

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... we would have crawled had it not been as steep. Ive never been one for claustrophobia but the press o sweaty tourists and the fact that I was crawling through stone to get to a tomb made me worry about just how much air was pumpedin. We finally arrived in a room roughly the size of my basement. It was completely empty except for a stone box with a lid pulled to the side. We waited for the last of the previous tour group to leave and then we jumped in. Everyone took ...

      Dolphins cheer you up!

      A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Jan 20, 2012

      2 photos

      ... the many gas fields off the coast of Egypt and within a couple of hours we were in amongst gas platforms, supply ships, ordinary shipping and fishing boats, all of us going about our business independently of each other. Even at out speed we slowly overtook the OOCL Hamburg which we will no doubt meet again this evening.

      A walk round the ship found me on the forecastle and memories flooded back when I saw the Suez light, this time not hired from ...