Happi Hotel

Abtal El Tahrir St, Aswan, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Abtal El Tahrir St, Aswan.
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Travel Blogs from Aswan

Aswan to Kom Ombo & Edfu

A travel blog entry by carolwahs on Aug 30, 2014

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... Aswan via horse drawn carriage to the local market. We sailed at 2:30 for Kom Ombo the temple dedicated to Sobek the crocodile god. This temple is amazing,as you see in posted pictures. With huge columns and carvings on the walls it has withstood the age of time. This temple is also home to some mummified ...

Boats in the Desert

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 23, 2014

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The night train left me feeling slightly drained in the morning. It was a tough sleep with all the rocking and stopping and starting, but the first class cabins made the night a lot more enjoyable than some of the other sleeper trains I've taken in the past. I woke up fairly early. We were two hours behind schedule. There was lots of time to sit, chill, write and relax. Elizabeth and I had our breakfast delivered to our cabin after the hosts raised the upper ...

The Asiatics, Fred Prokosch, part 3

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jul 26, 2014

... had worked its way through the stucco. There were all sorts of strange people lying about, fuzzy, blue-veined, mountainous-looking people with long knotted beards. Some children were playing in the refuse, faces green and sullen. The twelve pretty ball boys passed gracefully among us, bearing tall julep glasses and sherbets and almond wafers shaped like tigers and doves. The dead rat, grinning terribly like a Chinaman, attracting the flies with ...

Egypt - Day 11: Aswan

A travel blog entry by dorlina on Dec 12, 2013

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... But if you know the local price, you can then just pay the price you think it is worth. Once I had a glass of orange juice in a local coffee shop. They just don’t answer your inquiry for the price. When the bill came, they charged 15 LE. I knew it costs max. 5 LE and so I refused to pay the price they asked and just pay what I think it is worth. The bazaar in Aswan is more interesting than Hurghada and Luxor. They ...

Abu Simbel

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 13, 2013

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... Filled with more huge statues of Rameses, ancient carvings, hieroglyphs and sculptures, a lot of them still with the original colours still painted on them. One massive wall was filled with the first ever peace treaty between the Hittites and the Egyptians. It was just insanely beautiful! And so well preserved considering how old it was! We got some sneaky photos without flash (photos are forbidden inside the temple as the flash ruins the colours that remain ...

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