Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel, Ain Sukhna
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel, Ain Sukhna
TripAdvisor Reviews Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel, Ain Sukhna
Travel Blogs from Ain Sukhna
The weary travellers have arrived and these smiling faces are ready to experience everything and anything! After a quick nap we had them up and moving and we haven't stopped!
It has been a jammed packed three days. Here are the highlights:
We started slow and easy with a road trip to the Red Sea, enjoying the beach, the sun and the …
... ports! A couple of days back we rolled into Muscat, Jordan, the second stop of the Middle Eastern sector of our cruise and home to Petra, one of the wonders of the world. I was up early and in the Belvedere for Breakfast, one thing I’ll never forget it doing a hilarious double take – when I sat down with my breakfast I looked out towards the dock on starboard side and back at my lunch, then doing a fast double take back outside because the dock side was ...
... noon - but it was after 3pm that we finally got into the canal. It's a ~ 9hr. transit - so more than 1/2 will be done in the dark, which is a shame because travelling so close to the land ( like a river cruise) makes for some interesting sights!! We will reach the Mediterranean Sea / Port Said around midnight.
Suez City, where the canal begins - and the transit itself - is as close as we get ...
... and lights. While disappointing, we will get another chance to see the canal on our northbound transit on the way back to Rotterdam. Because of our delayed transit through the Suez Canal our day at port in Safaga, Egypt will be postponed by one day to January 23rd. Luckily the tour operator didn't have a problem with the delay, so our tour will go on schedule, just 24 hours later than originally planned.
Next: A day at sea, then Luxor and the Valley of the ...
... for there not being a welcome sign :). But perhaps there is no sign because there is a welcoming committee of sorts, let me explain. Since we entered the canal there have been small shelters of varying design, located at regular intervals, and on both sides of the canal. And the occupants have been coming out and whistling and calling to get our attention, and most of them are happy to return waves. They are the Egyptian army guarding the canal, and on both ...