Al Moudira Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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This morning a special private opening of the main temples at Abydos, the cult centre of Osiris and probably the most venerated place in ancient Egypt. There are prehistoric Stone Age sites on the mountains at the edge of the desert, last time we were here we went to pre dynastic Egyptian sites dating back to earlier than 3000 b.c, these temples today are from around 1200 b.c., and there are later sites up to Roman times and still Coptic churches now. In other words this ...
... bits of wood, the gas stove, blocks of wood, axes, bars, sledge hammer, I had to wash it all (a bit daft, it all went rusty after I washed them) then get it all packed away
I was just surprised Mark never got us to wash all the firewood in the locker
Mick did what he is best at, looking busy and his phone, but had plenty of orders about people washing their tents, did he help anyone? nope as he said 'he is just a truck driver'
We all ...
We arise at 4am today for an early flight to Luxor, where we will board our ship for a cruise on the Nile. Not our favorite time of day to get up, but we are promised a relaxing afternoon once we get aboard. Our Egypt Air flight commences with a chanted prayer while we taxi down the runway, so we we are assured of a safe landing. After arriving, ...
... we got close to the Valley of the Kings we piled into a converted truck with seating in the back. I sat in the cabin the first go around and sat in the back for the rest of our travels. It was an experience like travelling like an actual Egyptian. There are no picture allowed to be taken at the Valley of the Kings. The area was used during Pharonic times as a reserved space for the tombs of all the Pharohs. Each tomb is dug under ground, some of them far ...
As we will return to Hurghada for our flights, we decided to go to next city, Luxor. Luxor, once an Ancient Egyptian capital, is known today as the world’s “greatest open-air museum.”As a budget traveller, I always take only local transportation if possible. We arrived the Upper Egypt bus station at 10a.m. as informed by ...