Red Sea Hotel

Address: Massawa, Eritrea | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by italiancan on Sep 05, 2014

      5 comments, 4 photos

      ... the zentrum and bought tickets for the steam train. There, we met the couple who gave us directions!!! thanks a lot.
      Molli, one of the oldest , narrow gage railroads, exited at Kuhlungbom Ost, lovely beach town. The train steamed through the countryside, have a wind chime to remind us of this great private excursion.
      Yesterday we had our cruise critic Meet and Greet,met lots of interesting people. A couple who live in their RV and travel all over ...

      At Sea

      A travel blog entry by bsrancho5 on Jun 07, 2013

      4 photos

      We left Naples on June 6th at 6:30 p.m. & headed for Santorini. This was our first "sea day", meaning we aren't going onshore all day. The seas were rough upon awakening. I was so glad that our cabins are located in the middle of the middle! Rich was feeling a little bit queasy, so he stayed in bed & slept while Beth & I went exploring.

      Teena and I went to the top story of the ship and ...

      Visiting Debre Damo

      A travel blog entry by leoinafrica on Nov 05, 2011

      7 photos

      ... here you get to see only half the thing.
      The monastery is quite cool thou, I like those Axumite building style, especcially how they finish the ceilings.. one day I'm gonna built a ceiling like that..
      Around the monastery there is a little stone village were the priests live.. women are not allowed on top and even the sheeps and cows there are all female.. just in case the monks get really horny I suppose. I wonder how they manage ...


      A travel blog entry by mirco.k on Mar 16, 2011

      hmm, not much to write here. Arrived in Adigrat in the late afternoon stayed there for a night and left the next morning.
      Ah yes, I tried some local food, kind of like fondue. Barley balls are being dipped into a spicy sauce and some yoghurt. Not too bad, worth a try!

      I wanna go home...let me go home...

      A travel blog entry by donwen on Aug 20, 2010

      Well it's our last day on the Caribbean Princess.....We spend a lazy day on deck reading and getting sun.....Another beautiful day. I would have never ever thought that we would have had the warm weather we did up north, but we did

      Only crazy thing that happend today is I tried to break into the room down the hall from us. When I inserted my card ...