Red Sea Hotel

Address: Massawa, Eritrea | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Massawa

      Tihiio For Lunch

      A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Jan 08, 2015

      57 photos

      ... that worried me.

      Leaving the beautiful serene Gheralta Lodge for our lunch stop at nearby Adigrat, just 23 km along ...

      WE JUST KEEP CHUGGING ALONG

      A travel blog entry by italiancan on Sep 05, 2014

      5 comments, 4 photos

      ... So now we think we are going to try that, anyone interested in going to Seattle and heading south.....
      We also met Fabrizio, the only Italian officer on board, we had a long political conversation with him, he may become part of the NY to Bermuda cruise and if so promises to come over and cook a real Italian dinner , he is from Lago Maggiore.
      At dinner we sat with an army colonel and his wife stationed in Germany she is heading to Hollywood for a ...

      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

      ... bisquit like a broken record..
      at the end I gave them a guava each and they ran away happy like at Christmas..
      Next day I kept on walking and reached the foot of the Monastery that lies on top off this canyon hill.
      There is no other way to get up there besides climbing up with ropes and the young priests help you from the top by pulling you up.
      Also for this monastery they ask you for money if you want to enter the monastery ...

      Adigrat...

      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!
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