Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel, Ain Sukhna

Address: km 46, Suez-Hurghada Road, Ain Sukhna, Red Sea and Sinai, 351, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on km 46, Suez-Hurghada Road, Ain Sukhna.
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      Sneaky Suez convoy on a cloudy Easter Sunday

      A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 20, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... between ships. Next we enter the Crocodile Lake and we pass the city of Ismailia on its shore. We then pass back in to the Suez Canal proper so to speak and we have no more natural waterways left. But there is still a long way to go and so we have the Suez bypass which allows a few more ships heading south to start their journey and moor up while the northbound convoy passes. As we travel along the bypass it looks like the ships waiting are actually stuck in ...

      From Red to Med - the Suez Canal

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Apr 10, 2014

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... who weren't ‘playing the game’. For us (and most of the guests) it was just another ‘Informal’ night!!

      This evening show was a first. Usually on MSC Cruises, the shows are either internationally renowned songs and dancing or none verbal entertainment such as acrobats and bendy people. Tonight a ventriloquist was top billing. It was time for Claudio de Negri, a multilingual ventriloquist and magician from Switzerland turn in the ...

      Very exciting again

      A travel blog entry by stephgraeme on Aug 08, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      We were originally going to start our transit of the Suez Canal at 1am on the morning of 9th August but there have been so many changes even the Captain didn't know what was going on. .Because our trips to Egypt had been cancelled it threw our fuelling and water supplies out. We did start the transit of the Suez on the night of the 7th but luckily we had to wait in the Bitter lakes for another convoy to come through and we left the lakes about 10am which meant that ...

      Daylight Transit

      A travel blog entry by hfs on Jun 22, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... Israel,some 5000 tanks in 1973,still not giving them an inch it seems.
      The settled side lots of agriculture,mango orchards,and date palms all tidily spaced,corn and lot of other green crops, not so many animals today.This side also had army bases, large military airports,with every few miles ,gun emplacements covered by high sandy walls,the air bases had what seemed to be missile housing...all very ominous looking,but they are ready for action, protecting ...

      Welcome to The Suez Canal

      A travel blog entry by jackwcummings on Mar 24, 2013

      2 comments, 32 photos

      ... chains. As I took in that moment a 50 foot Canal Boat cruised by. On our Port side, an almost full moon was preparing to slip into the Egyptian dessert. Overall, a sight I will long remember and cherish.

      Around 4 Am I came back to the cabin and lay down in my clothes, because I was still too wired to sleep. At 6:15 my iPhone clock reminded me it was time for my morning pills so I got up, took my pills and went out on the ...