Panorama El-Delta

Address: 16 EL-Nahas st, Tanta, 31111, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16 EL-Nahas st, Tanta, is near Wasini Island, Diani, Kakamega Forest, and Imhotep Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Tanta

        Other Hikes: Tanta Region

        A travel blog entry by superhikes on Nov 01, 2011

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        Greater Tanta (Tanta-Mshi Ganzor-Sanadi-Zenara-Krfas Sukarin-Babi Kafr Hammam: 41.9 kms, 27 hours)

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        I arrive in Tanta (1011) at nighttime on the back of a flatbed truck—a fun alternative way of travelling around Egypt!

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        1023. Crashing a Family Reunion (Egy 019)

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 29, 2011

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        ... their evening meal—and they insist that I join them! I decide to accept. After being spit on just a few hours ago by a wannabe mugger, I guess I could use a little TLC right now…

        The food is delicious—more Nile fish baked and wrapped in aluminium foil, quite tasty. An older gentleman one of the brothers, speaks good English and gradually introduces me to the family. Some are business owners… some ...

        1022. Sunset on the Nile (Egy 018)

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 29, 2011

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        ... to go to school, or visit your grandmother down the road. This rail system is a legacy of the British colonial era which is the lifeline for shuttling about Egypt’s massive population. It’s a fun place to people watch, as farmers in traditional garb chat, shout, and joke cheerfully.

        I overshoot Zifta, ending up on the other side of the Nile in its ...

        1021. Yet Another Robbey Attempt (Egy 017)

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 29, 2011

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        ... br> On down the road… another video clip for Sanadi… Hop on another minibus… Just one more to go… On the other side of Mshi Ganzor I take my last videoclip and heave a sigh of relief. I have recovered 5 of the towns that I lost. Now I just have to recover the 6 towns of the Cairo Superhike, and my Global Parkbench Project will still be intact. One video clip of me playing music in every single one of the 1,021 towns I’ve explored. ...

        1020. Big City in the Delta (Egy 016)

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 28, 2011

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        Day 011: 4 hours, 4.1—total:11.9 kms

        It's quite late when I reach the bus station El Mansoura. I don’t feel like taking any chances trying to walk to downtown, so I catch a local minibus to the city center, getting off when I see I’m getting close. In front of me is the Nile River in all its splendour with a couple of high rises on the other side and a very, very crowded looking downtown. ...