El Fayrouz

Address: Gezira el Bairat, Luxor, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gezira el Bairat, Luxor, is near Luxor Temple, Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el Bahari, Temple of Medinat Habu, and Colossi of Memnon.
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    Travel Blogs from Luxor

    Temples to the east, Tombs to the west

    A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Aug 04, 2015

    25 photos

    ... It wasn't possible to show interest without being pressurised. There are few foreign visitors and all the Nile boats are laid up along the river. As it is very hot we made an early start to visit the Valley of the Kings. This really paid off as we almost had the place to ourselves at opening time 6 30. The ticket gets you entry to any 3 tombs of your choice..except Tutankhamen which is extra. Not all the tombs are ...


    A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jul 17, 2015

    11 photos

    ... and detail still visible blew our minds!! And to think there is still a few tombs still out there waiting to be found!! We also visited Hatshepsut's temple which was in fantastic condition! She was a queen however she told everyone that she was the son of Amun Ra the sun god and that she was not women but man, so her temple and tomb are in the valley of the Kings. We then headed back to the hotel and had some lunch and went for a swim before leaving at 4pm for our long drive back to ...

    Day 6 - The Real Luxor & Attack Hippos

    A travel blog entry by arigney87 on May 21, 2015

    ... place, and that it's still a part of current life here.
    As I was wandering around alone looking at everything, suddenly all the power to the temple was shut off and I was plunged into darkness in a corner of the ancient temple. A little harrowing, but an interesting way to finish my visit.

    After a seemingly endless and particularly exhausting day, we headed back to our hotel - this time, instead of a Chinese theme, we are staying in a German hotel. Confusing. ...

    Camel Stew

    A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Mar 26, 2015

    7 photos

    Tonight I fulfilled a life goal I've had since earlier this week. I ate some camel. Camel stew, in fact. It was delicious. It tastes like tender, slightly gamier beef. I'm salivating just thinking about it.

    Once again it's late at night, I've got two days worth of recap and very little brain to spare for deep insights, so expect another generic blog post. We just saw the after party for an Egyptian wedding, complete with neon lights and ...

    Sunset of the godmen

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 04, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... her images or walled them in. And Akhnaton, who strived for a kind of Egyptian monotheism based on the worship of Aton, the solar disk, actually closed the Thebes temple (Karnak) and centralized worship in a new capital. That site, now called Tel el-Amarna, was abandoned after his death and the death of his queen Nefertiti when his successor, the boy-king Tutankhamen, returned the country to its multiple gods and restored the primacy of Amun-Ra’s great ...