Zak Royal Wings Hotel

Address: Sheraton Road, Hurghada, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Sheraton Road, Hurghada, is near Giftun Islands, Sahara Desert, Zeytuna Beach, and Eastern (Arabian) Desert.
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Travel Blogs from Hurghada

Snorkling and beach

A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 06, 2014

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... wonder where Moses was said to cross, this historical country brings such thoughts to my head.
As the sun drops in the sky we head back to mainland and enjoy our last sunset from Hurghada.
We partake of a seafood buffet for supper and again there are belly dancers and tandoura dancers as we enjoy our last evening here and knowing our trip will soon ...

4 wheeling

A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 05, 2014

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... Hurghada to the base for Sunset safari's.
Our first obstacle is language everyone speaks either Arabic or Russian except us and a young couple from Romania. Apparently they did not realize they had English speaking guests today. The Romanians join us and after a while a guide with some English is found to help us. We suit up with head coverings, goggles and gloves and get a ...

Night life

A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 04, 2014

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... set made up of replicas of many of Egypts great monuments etc. There are 6 glassed in rooms to watch from each in a different language. We are shown to the English area and the show begins. A light and sound show of the history of Egypt and its monuments is followed by dancing performances, belly dancers, tanoura dancers and then acrobatic horse riders. It is a very entertaining show and we enjoyed ourselves. Then back to our hotel for a drink and bed.
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Goodbye Luxor Hello Hurghada

A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 03, 2014

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... is unique in that 3 different religions have all been on this site. The Christians painted icons over the pagan art and used the temple as a church and then in the 13th century a Muslim mosque was built on the then buried temple. The mosque is still used today although with a new entrance! Although Amunhotep built the temple proper much of the rest of the temple was built by Ramses II and there are several statues of him here, there is ...

Through the Suez Canal

A travel blog entry by franj on Oct 10, 2014

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We are safely through the Suez Canal and into the Red Sea.we went straight through in a convoy of ships. There were gun emplacements everywhere but everything was quiet and the sunset amazing. We played bridge all afternoon watching out the windows when we were dummy. Today we are stopped at Hurghada on the Red Sea. We went into town by tender and shuttle, but came back almost immediately because it was hot and ...