Bob Marley House Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBob Marley House Hostel Luxor
very cheap hostel. We spend 50EP staying two nights. Nice staff and you are allowed to use the shower even after you checked out :)
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... it's Isis and Osiris embracing --- her arms are wrapped around his neck, and his hands are resting on her hips. It nearly brought me to tears. Pure and simple love and adoration and intimacy. I must have stared at that for 5 minutes straight, I couldn't get enough of it. I definitely wouldn't have appreciated it without seeing so many other "traditional" depictions.
When Hippos Attack - This temple is dedicated to Ra-Haracti, which is the combination of Ra ...
We enjoyed a much needed rest after lunch
before heading out again in the later afternoon to visit the Luxor temple. Another Egyptian masterpiece!
We enjoyed a sit down dinner and Hedi and I
especially appreciated the bottle of Rose we shared. It was nice to enjoy wine again, although was
quite expensive. We enjoy so many laughs
with Hedi and Barry and feel very fortunate to have met them.
... of the upper Nile in Nubia all the way to Libya in the west, and across Canaan to Syria and Phoenicia in the east and north. But additionally, the gods of the Greeks and Romans were largely based on the more ancient, richer Egyptian pantheon. In that pagan, polytheistic world it would have been easy to predict the long-term survival of Egyptian ritual and religion. Egyptian pharaohs and priests were the model for many other people’s worship.
... of a friend, making these experiences so enjoyable and illuminating. So at the end of the bike ride, Abdul invited us for tea on the top of his house, overlooking the Nile and Luxor at sunset. Unbelievable. So that was our day in Luxor. Plus we followed all that with the best meal we've had in Egypt, again on the banks of the Nile (as is everything, I've come to believe). We're now flying back to Cairo where we will head west to the white desert to see what awaits us ...
Today was to be the big day when we visited Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and the statues of Amenophis and Colossie of Memnon. We travelled to the West Bank to Valley of the Kings after an early start to miss the hottest part of the day. Our ticket into Valley of the Kings gave us entry to 3 tombs but we paid another 50LE to see the tomb of Ramses VI because it had such ...