Kalabsha Hotel

Address: Abtal El Tahrir Street, Aswan, Nile River Valley, Egypt | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Abtal El Tahrir Street, Aswan.
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Travel Blogs from Aswan

Ancient Egypt's most popular temples!

A travel blog entry by lynn-hankers on Dec 09, 2014

... around 1479 BC till her demise in 1458 BC, is standing beneath the cliffs ofEl-Deir el Bahari on the west bank of the great Nile River. The temple of Hatshepsut is formed of many pillars and was designed to serve for the Queen's worship and to honor the glory of her worshiped famous god; Amun. A huge cliff rises sharply above the templewith a height that reaches30 meters (97 feet)!The structure also has terraces that are connected to the lower ground by ...

Temples to the gods

A travel blog entry by oralee on Nov 01, 2014

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... Edfu as we enjoy the amazing lunch buffet offered on our ship. In Edfu we proceed to the Temple of Horus god of the sky. Considered to be one of the best preserved temples in Egypt it was built later during the Ptolemaic era 237-57 BC. Its built on an early temple of Horus and includes a birth house. The temple is centered here as legend talks of the great battle between Horus and his Uncle Seth as Horus avenged ...

The Asiatics, Fred Prokosch, part 3

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jul 26, 2014

15. Jabber-wacky
The monks were very talkative, very dirty, very insolent. They plainly expected bakshish, and after deHahn had slipped them a bit of something they proceeded to show us their secret passageways. One of them presently fell asleep under a sunshade, where he stayed until another one jabbed him with his pole. Others were singing and laughing, still others were leaping naked out of the moss into the water. They cried, they sang, ...

The Peaceful Nile

A travel blog entry by sheela.beckley on Jun 25, 2014

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... shade, and women cluster around one another. If one person is working you will have five other just watching. The pace of life is slow and not hurried. The ancient Kings and Queens of Egypt built their temples and tombs along the banks of the Nile. Many of these ruins were flooded and had to be moved onto higher ground. On the walls you witness how life was and the importance of the river. Now the temples lay hollow and lifeless. All that work, the detailed artisans, the belief ...

Felucca Sailing

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 12, 2013

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... downstream the sailors laid out a while bunch of jewellery for anyone to have a look at and haggle for if they wanted. I think everyone was too lazy to even bother as no one even looked at anything! After a while the motorboat pulled up alongside us again, and we changed back to that and cruised a bit before pulling in to shore so we could jump off the boat for a swim in the Nile! That was such an amazing experience and was very refreshing, and helped to wake us all up a ...