Port Said Hotel

Address: Atef El Sadat St, Port Said, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Atef El Sadat St, Port Said.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Said

    Suez Canal and to the Med

    A travel blog entry by kavking1 on Apr 22, 2015

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    Mark didn't want to gym, but I woke him up to see the canal and countryside in daylight. On one side massive earthworks, roads, trains, villages, cities - the other (Israel) side was barren sand and sand and sand with the occasional military post. So I treadmilled and felt virtuous and met the others for breakfast, then on the decks to watch our passage through, then leaving the Canal. ...

    Sailing the Suez Canal

    A travel blog entry by maccatravels on Apr 15, 2015

    11 photos

    Today we are sailing the Suez Canal. I have been looking forward to this bit of our trip so we ordered breakfast in our room and sat on the balcony viewing the sites along the way. I think our cruise ship is a rare sight on the Suez with the cheers we got all along the way. Took some photos and finally sailed out of the Suez Canal at around 11.30am into the Mediterranean sea. There were quite a few cargo ...

    And now for something completely different

    A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 24, 2014

    9 photos

    ... 19 miles along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, north of the Suez Canal, with an approximate population of 603,787 The city was established in 1859 during the building of the Suez Canal. The economic base of the city is fishing and industries, like chemicals, processed food, and cigarettes. Port Said is also an important harbour for exports of Egyptian products like cotton and rice, but also a fueling station
    for ships that pass through the Suez Canal. It is home to ...


    A travel blog entry by drtee on Oct 24, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... I also felt that the ship’s tours in Egypt and Israel might be safer.

    We got a very early start, 7:30 to be exact, (and that is a.m.!). We all took small bags to take whatever we needed for an overnight. Surprisingly, I didn’t forget anything.

    Our Egyptologist/guide was Sharif, a diminutive, portly man who was just delightful. His English was excellent too. Maurice was our driver, and though he didn’t say much, he ...

    Out of the Red Sea into the Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 21, 2014


    ... getting off, but a whole heap more will be getting on which should be interesting. The last part of the cruise is much more active with not so many days at sea which is a bit if a relief, we don't mind a day at sea, but this extended stretch at sea doesn't really suit us. We keep eating a meal and looking at the menu for the next which isn't very good at all. ...