Amon Hotel Luxor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were amazing. If you ever get the chance try to have lots of time and money as I wish we had of had more of both to see other tombs. Of special interest in the entry is a 3D model made and gifted by the Japanese of the valley which is really amazing to study.
From here we drove to Queen Hatshepsut's temple. She was amazing woman who took her place as co-regent with her stepson at the death of her husband. ...
... kilometres of back streets, and a must see if you ever go to Cairo. Some local students approached us while we were in the markets to ask us questions and practice English for an assignment that had been set by their teacher. They were all very interested in our opinion of tourism in Egypt and what the government can do to bring the tourists back to their ...
... and walked up the hill. Then another guide approached us and said we need to pay extra for getting in the tombs. We were so tired of their hassling. We couldn’t find the tombs we have paid for and so planning to leave. Just then another guide appeared and told us he was in charge for the tombs we have paid the entrance fees. The tombs were just at the bottom of the hill. We realized we missed them while avoiding the ...
... but the cool parts were seeing where Tutmosis III had again removed any bits of her. Perfectly chiselled out of existence – hilarious!
The rest of our day was spent checking into a hotel for a shower (and some internet access) before embarking on another huge drive to get back to Cairo. We were more prepared for a night in the car this time though and we slept for most of it. The toughest bit though was that our guide had to drive through the ...
... Remember high school history class? Me neither.
We had to hurry because we started a bit too late and some groups were already there and many more were just arriving. We needed to stay ahead.
The entrance is marked by a row of sphinx (or is that sphinxes?). Then we went away from the groups and circumscribed the grounds counterclockwise before returning to the front by running the gauntlet down ...