New Everest Hotel

Address: Train Station St , Luxor, Nile River Valley, 1456, Egypt | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Train Station St , Luxor, is near Temple of Abu Simbel, Abu Simbel, Temple of Philae, and Unfinished Obelisk.
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      Travel Blogs from Luxor

      91 km, sticks and stones won't break me

      A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Jan 14, 2015

      9 photos

      ... to swim across the canel but didn't make it. Good laughs, and then 10 of us headed the last 30km to Luxor! Which was pretty uneventful, cursing at 25km/hr chatting about everything, especially food and saddle sores. Once we arrived in Luxor, we were greeted with some throwing stones! seriously! Thankfully no damage. Getting the campsite was simple and down a alley way, through a blue steel gate, all directed by the Police (guys with bit guns!). No pictures of today's ...

      Valley of the Kings

      A travel blog entry by carolwahs on Sep 01, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      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 ...

      Aswan, luxor & the nile

      A travel blog entry by amandane on May 30, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... that the people would have to pay. Construction of the temple took 100 years and decoration with the images and hieroglyphs took a further 45 years. It was beautiful with a massive courtyard flanked with 42 columns, 12 on each side, to represent the 42 states of Egypt at that time. Back on the boat in time for lunch, which we didn't really need, then we cruised on towards Luxor. On the way we passed through a lock at Esna. Dams with spill ways are used along the river to ...

      Valley of the Kings

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 15, 2013

      50 photos

      ... We gave it some water, but there was nothing we could leave it in for him, so we had to just pour it into the street for him. Hope he's okay! We made our way back through the sellers and back to the van, then started to drive out to an optional stop, the Luxor temple. Sam gave us some information about it on the drive, but for sights it was quite similar to the last one (but not as big), so only Sophie and Nikki ended up going in, and the rest of us went to get some ...

      Luxor & the Sun Boat III

      A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Mar 18, 2013

      61 photos

      ... Tutankhamun as well as obelisks of Queen Hatshepsut and Thutmosis I.

      The columns are huge. If I extend my arms, it would take four of me to reach around the circumference of a column. The columns are constructed like a stack of pancakes. The stone is cut in circles at the quarry and layered one stone on top of the next at the temple. No mortar is used. Every stone fits perfectly. My question is how did they build the columns so high?