Mercure Port Sudan

Address: PO Box 105, Port Sudan, 33311, Sudan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on PO Box 105, Port Sudan.
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        Travel Blogs from Port Sudan

        A calm day at sea.

        A travel blog entry by twofoodies on May 21, 2015

        3 photos

        ... for breakfast for them and a light salad lunch for her. Limtech had fish and chips for his breakfast which he enjoyed very much.

        The afternoon was spent sitting in a very quiet lounge in the sun enjoying the view.

        In the late afternoon Video Girl watched a movie, before having a drink at The Colony Club at the rear of the ...

        Day 3 En Route To Aqaba Jordan

        A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Apr 25, 2014

        2 photos

        ... description of the life of Queen Mary who was often thought to be rather quiet and aloof but was in fact a bit shy, very intelligent and a stickler for duty. The presenter told a story about a somewhat enormous Queen of Tonga who at Royal occasion was noted to be sitting next to a rather slight anxious looking man. Who is that man? Said one journalist, 'Oh that is her next meal!' said the other. After that we both went to a talk by ...

        8 sea days - Red Sea - Suez Canal

        A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Aug 05, 2013

        2 comments, 12 photos

        ... broken arms and wrists due to falling while trying to walk around. I've always read about those
        'Rogue Waves' that come every now and such wave hit a couple of nights ago that when the ship hit the splash went up over the 14th deck. I think that without the ships several stabilisers it would have been very uncomfortable...anyway we now have some interesting tales to tell about our trip across the Indian Ocean.

        We sailed past the Horn of ...

        At Sea Day #4

        A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 09, 2012

        3 photos

        ... was able to stay in bed resting while the drill took place beginning at 10:27. The captain announced "Operation Safe Haven, Safe Haven, Safe Haven. All guests in exterior cabins, please gather in the hallway. All guests and crew in public areas of the ship, please proceed to the nearest interior hallway or gathering space." The captain's announcement was then repeated in several European languages by the international ambassador (who translates the most important of ...

        Red Sea Rendevous

        A travel blog entry by pete-r on Dec 02, 2008

        8 photos

        ... afternoon. I did spend forty minutes on the "forecastle" after lunch, and saw a few dolphins but they didn't make it to the bows. Then someone arrived to start removing rust with a compressed-air driven wire brush and the peace was shattered, so I headed back. On reporting my safe return to the OOW, he said: "so you got the message?" "No, what message?" "The captain of a warship called on the VHF and asked for you. ...

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