El Nakhil Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We finished off at a sidewalk café where we drank delicious hibiscus juice and smoked hookah shisha (flavored tobacco only!) and just relaxed and visited with each other. It was a very relaxing time.
We returned to the ship for a marvellous 4 course dinner. As this is the last night on the ship and the day was starting early in the morning most of us decided on an early night rather than disco in the lounge.
... just how powerful. Last monuments for the day was the statues of Amenophis and Colossie of Memnon. The statues fronted a temple which is no longer in existence. By now it was lunch time and we were treated to an Egyptian lunch by a local family. The meal was predominately cooked in clay pots called tarjines and was delicious. Everyone said it was probably the best meal we had eaten in ...
... by the road. They are so old, they looked wrinkled. It is very arid here being in the desert. As we rode along, the terrain changed to flat and the mountains were now in the distance. We saw bushes, I call them tumbleweed but I am sure there is another name for them. We saw no animals, no birds, no nothing. Our guide had us drive straight through without a pit stop. The highway would change all of a sudden to gravel, this was because ...
... From the Valley of the Kings, we travel to the Al-Dier Al-Bahari Temple complex which includes the funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut (1508 – 1458 BC). She was the first female pharaoh and a very successful ruler. She reigned longer than any other woman. Hatshepsut was the daughter of Thutmose I. Her mortuary temple was dedicated to the sun god Amon-Ra. It is considered one of the most beautiful monuments of ancient Egypt.
... the passengers who had arrived late last night, as well as to chat to more of the crew, who were very sweet and cheerful.
The afternoon was spent up on the top deck, with a nice cold shandy, watching the Nile drift by as we made our way south.
There was a cocktail party held by the Captain of the boat, so we got dressed for dinner and then went to meet the staff who were making our cruise so relaxing - Moustafa and Hani we had already met, but we also got ...