Summer Palace Hotel

Address: Portawfik, Suez, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Portawfik, Suez.
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    Travel Blogs from Suez

    Suez Canal

    A travel blog entry by ijulie on Jun 21, 2015

    8 photos

    We arrived at the entrance to the Suez Canal at 1 am this morning but had to wait for a convoy of 35 ships to complete the southern transit of the canal. Due to dredging of the canal, traffic is only transitting one way at a time. We were joined by an aircraft carrier and cruisers from the U.S. Navy returning from duty in the Mediterranean. They took precedence over everyone else waiting to travel the canal. We spent most of the day watching ...

    Sand, sand and more sand !

    A travel blog entry by pandb on Apr 30, 2015

    3 comments, 13 photos

    Peter writes …..

    After our return form New Zealand our lives took a bit of an unexpected turn and forced us to stay in England for longer than planned. As a result, we delayed our return to White Rose and then went to help friends, John and Vanessa to move their boat from Hurghada, up through the Red Sea with the intention of getting it back into the Mediterranean.
    At present we are still ...

    A lovely restful day at sea

    A travel blog entry by kavking1 on Apr 21, 2015

    1 photo

    ... were within the canal proper with sand banks.

    On re-reading the above sounds excessively negative. It wasn't that bad really. I think though that anticipation can over-influence events. Let's just say we need not consider that restaurant a future contender. But, as much as we enjoyed Lido Alternative the other night, Mark met a lady who dined at the same evening as us and had nothing nice to say. So there you ...

    Passing Through

    A travel blog entry by thecolemans on Apr 15, 2015

    6 photos

    ... br> It took about five and a half hours to traverse the main canal and the whole time there was a military helicopter flying backwards and forwards monitoring/protecting the line of ships as we moved through. It was certainly a reminder of the huge political and financial importance of the Suez Canal.
    By lunch time we were in the Mediterranean Sea and I think everyone breathed a collective sigh of ...

    A Reflection

    A travel blog entry by 0wley on Apr 13, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... ship too, after all it has a very special place in my heart, scattering the ashes off of this boat means I’ll always have a vested interest in her sailing in future. It feels like the end of a journey but on the back of a trip taken in sad circumstances I can happily say it’s contributed a lot to my future, with relationships made and the settling of my mind after 8 months of absolute madness. Because of so I’m actually looking forward to getting home and ...