Eatabe Luxor Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsEatabe Luxor Hotel
Very nice hotel. Stayed in new renovated section. Great service. Hotel staff outnumbered guest.
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Travel Blogs from Luxor
... entrance to the valley. It turns out to be the biggest and most complicated tomb in the valley, now believed to have been built by Ramses for his sons. It has over a hundred chambers, but is in very poor rock and has been so ravaged by earthquakes and floods that no inscriptions, carvings or any wall decorations are left. It is still not completely excavated and has never been open to the public so it was a true adventure going through unlit corridors, ...
... the Karnak temple light show, I had seen it with Anne, it was good and entertaining and best of all informative
I don’t know how many went to the Luxor Temple or if they actually know what they are looking at or the history of it
I really hate the Mosque that has been built on the older ruins (Abu el-Haggag),
Oh, well its up early for the big truck clean and everyone watching each other to see what they are doing or not doing (how sad is that ...
... of Luxor and on the banks of the Nile. The temple was large, though mostly in ruins after being around for thousands of years. Highlights included a massive avenue lined with sphinxes, a giant obelisk, and massive collisi of Ramses. But even inside of the temple, we continued to be harassed by people offering us tours and actually walking with us, telling us things as if we'd agreed to their tour, and asking for money. It was ludicrous. At this point, we were ...
... I had found one on the ground. The second temple that we saw was a lot larger and there were a couple of rooms that we could explore as we walked around. As we walked around I was being peddled again by a seller. I wasn't going to buy anything but as I was leaving I thought I should find a way to give back to the karma for not giving to the other boy, when I obviously could. I felt better because it was given to me, but I felt terrible because if ...
... ancient mystique feel. The Temple of Hapu has walls covered with hieroglyphics and drawings from Egyptian history. If you don't do anything touristy, Egypt is a pretty cheap place. My lodging ranged from 25 LE ($3.60) - 100 LE (~$15, I splurged on Christmas) and if you eat street food, that's pretty cheap, consisting of koshari (macaroni, lentils, and tomato sauce), shwarmas (a baguette with chicken or beef and vegetables), pita with liver or cow brains, and Egyptian pizza ...