AMARANTE ISIS

Egoth Docking Sultana Malak, Luxor, Nile River Valley, 1111, Egypt | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Luxor

Luxor, EGYPT

A travel blog entry by trina.manz

15

... ways and even the remains of mud brick. The mud brick was used to build the giant walls as the Egyptians would build from ground up, building mud brick around as they went to enable them to stand and keep building, then once they had completed the structure they would remove small bits of mud brick at a time so that they could decorate on the way down. The outer walls of the temple weren't quite finished so the mud brick was all left behind so we can see today. Very cool.
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Luxor temples

A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip

10

... visited two temples in the afternoon with our new tour group of 16 Aussie & NZ travellers. Temples are mostly on the east side of the Nile with tombs on the west – linked to the setting sun. Temples we visited were Karnak and Luxor. Here the temples belong to the ‘New Kingdom’ era, 18th dynasty, slightly modern compared with the ‘Ancient’ Kingdom pyramids/tombs and temples we saw in ...

Tomb raiding.

A travel blog entry by muzbec

8

... warmer it gets until you end up at the tomb, where the sarcophagus was found along with all the treasures the pharaohs would have been buried with. The extreme wealth of this ancient civilisation is mind blowing. We enter another two tombs again astounded by the detail and colour. The most recent and well preserved of the Pharaohs although not the greatest is Tutankhamun where all the gold and the mummy itself is preserved in the Egyptian Museum we visited outside of Cairo. ...

Day 18

A travel blog entry by ashleydombrow

4

... we all got into our little planes. This ride did not seem as bumpy as the first. But, I preemptively took an Ativan and passed out, so who the heck knows if it was or not.

Once we got to Kilimanjaro we went through customs and then to our plane. The flight to Egypt was only four and a half hours long. During the flight we had a lecture and lunch. I was still sleeping off my Ativan so I missed most of it.

Just before landing ...

Luxor

A travel blog entry by thaines

23

Today the boat has arrived at Luxor. This is the last stop and I'll sleep over night at this location and head to the airport tomorrow morning bound for Cairo. The iPad was the best thing to bring on this trip. I brought a local SIM card in Egypt with 3gb of data for 10 AUD and I've been able to have internet access wherever I go allowing me to upload new blogs or pictures, do research about where I'm heading, check weather, emails ...

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This hotel, located on Egoth Docking Sultana Malak, Luxor, is near Abu Simbel, Temple of Abu Simbel, Temple of Philae, and Unfinished Obelisk.
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