Amon Hotel Luxor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... religious site and comprises a huge complex of sanctuaries, halls, columns and obelisks dedicated to the Theban gods. It covers more than two square kilometers; its Great Hypostyle Hall alone takes up a staggering 5,000 square meters. And the Temple of Arun is the largest religious edifice ever built. Not only will you have the chance to experience all of this, but we'll introduce you to the Valley of the Kings, most famous for being the burial place of the boy king ...
... opposite side of the bank - decided to try and swim over - certainly a very novel swimming stroke - he gave up before he got half way over.
Joined a different peloton of riders in the afternoon, and again just about kept up with them up until 1/2 a mile from the campsite as we had to go up over a bridge with a steep approach!! I did get a very ************ the arm while riding this afternoon from a child - it really hurt!!
We were at the lunch spot by 10:15 or so, ...
... 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 ...
... awesome. It was a whole different feeling seeing how scary everything was at night time and how serious they have to be about security.
The next day after a small sleep in (8am…) we were off out and about exploring Cairo. Our first stop was out to the step pyramid which was the first type of pyramid built and it was pretty cool. Again there was no people out here and we have to drive for a while over so very interesting speed bumps to get out to ...
... one is a 'party temple' where the people of Egypt used to celebrate various festive occasions.
We then visited Animal Care Egypt (ACE) which is a charity organization set up 6 years ago by two English ladies. It cares for all animals in Luxor but mainly working animals such as donkeys and horses. The owners are able to bring their animals to the hospital and leave them ...