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michael15
post Jul 28 2010, 04:36 AM
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Hi all,

I and my family have travelled to Egypt two weeks ago. I went to two famous cities of this country is Luxor and Aswan, they are famous tourist city with the sheer variety of Pharaong’s monuments that everyone would know this.

When I was child, I has always been attraction by the most well known country full of mystery, and I really admire is satisfied with the temples, tombs. The temples and tombs which evoke awe and wonder can be found right within the city. This is a truly memorable destination.

Moreover, there are many things to see and do in there as the splendid beauty of the mild Nile, relax in the Ferial Gardens, explore Elephantine Island and Kitchener’s Island. At last, the convenience of the hotels there bring my family feel very satisfied.

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post Apr 24 2013, 06:33 AM
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Hi Michael,

I'm so happy to find another person who loves these two cities as much as me!!! I was just going to write a review about them when I found your post smile.gif I visited Egypt two months ago and one of my plans had been traveling to Luxor and Aswan. I had planned everything already at home, actually a very good travel company helped me a lot with the organisation, I couldn't do it alone smile.gif I spent there two and half magical days, trying to see as much as possible, although I didn't visit all the places... But I saw the main sights plus some islands, including Banana Island, Elephantine Island with the adorable Nubian villages and the Kitchener Island with its botanical Gardens. Of course my guide was with me all the time, showing and explaining all about the history, geography, habbits etc. I really can say that those days were unforgettable and I'd like to return there sometime in the future wub.gif Ah and if you're planning to do some trips in Egypt, try to contact the mentioned company, they'll surely help you with the program as well as with the prices. Here's their email: info@redseareisen.com

I wish for all the future visitors of Egypt and especially of those two places to keep their eyes open, trying to enjoy every moment of their stay! Try to forget the European lifestyle for a while and be an Egyptian - relax and take it easy, don't hurry and keep a smile on your face whistle3.gif


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