Stella di Mare Grand Hotel

Km 46 Suez-Hurgada Rd, Ain Sukhna, Red Sea and Sinai, 351, Egypt | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Km 46 Suez-Hurgada Rd, Ain Sukhna.
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    Travel Blogs from Ain Sukhna

    Sneaky Suez convoy on a cloudy Easter Sunday

    A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 20, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... we had travelled and where we thought we were now that we would be exiting far sooner than that. The sun was now out and the weather was warm out of the wind, so we decided to stay on top for a while. A good thing we did too. At around 3 pm and without any announcement we looked over the side and could see the city of Port Said coming up. We looked forward, and there, not too far away was the end of Egypt and the start of the Mediterranean Sea. We had a ...

    From Red to Med - the Suez Canal

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

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... br> I have come this far without mentioning the ‘Lady in the Wheelchair’. I must warn you that this is not going to be a ‘*********’ of the less fortunate or even a schadenfreude moment. The following is purely observational and factual (OK, with maybe a little ********* at the end!!) There are a few wheel chair users on board but there is one particular lady who uses what looks like a designer model with plenty of gadgets and hooks for hanging ...

    Daylight Transit

    A travel blog entry by hfs on Jun 22, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... sailed along,a few dogs today ,some in the water in isolated places, but attached to the soldiers camps it seemed..We must have been a spectacular sight in the most part ,a huge ship sailing through the desert..Hope somewhere there may be a picture..2 lakes along the way,Bitter Lake small and large where the ships anchor waiting,its midway,some huge container ships,biggest ever, with enormous loads..
    Passed the city of Ishmal on our way, which had beach ...

    Welcome to The Suez Canal

    A travel blog entry by jackwcummings on Mar 24, 2013

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... as we leisurely steamed past.

    During World War II, the allied forces used "Bailey Bridges" to move men and equipment across the Rhine River, due to the unsafe conditions of the existing crossing structures. The Egyptians are using this same concept today. All along some of the narrowest parts of the canal a modern day version of these floating modular structures are stored on ramps on the western shore. Possibly similar ...

    Sandstorms and Canals

    A travel blog entry by rconduns on Apr 18, 2012

    10 photos

    ... pools sort of thing.
    No such luck. By 11:00hrs a sandstorm struck which wiped out visibilty all around the port area, and we were forced to retreat indoors. The storm persisted all day even affecting the tours to Cairo which is about 80 miles away.Everyone made it back again ok but the ship was unable to take up its station at the entrance to the Suez Canal until 2:00am Thursday.Three hours late.
    Thursday 19th April
    A delayed ...