Mara House

Address: Salah Al Din Al Ayoubi, Luxor, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Salah Al Din Al Ayoubi, 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

      Luxor, East and West

      A travel blog entry by leahaston on May 05, 2013

      2 comments, 23 photos

      The ancient Egyptians were obsessed with eternal life. They associated the rising sun in the east with life and the setting sun in the west with death. This is the reason that all of Egypt's major cities, where people lived, are located on the east bank and just about all of the tombs and pyramids are found on the west bank, where people were laid to rest. Luxor is well worn on the tourist trail and we took a 3.5-hour commuter train from ...

      Cruising Down The Nile River

      A travel blog entry by chris-tom on Apr 07, 2013

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... boat) where we were all sunbaking or swimming, and we would haggle the price over the side of the boat. We were constantly dodging items thrown from the boats and later the shore such as towels, table cloths, scarves etc. Lots of fun.

      We arrived in Luxor in the afternoon and spent one more night on board.


      Day 12 - The Valley of the Kings

      A travel blog entry by reece83 on Jan 26, 2013

      15 photos

      ... Once they had dug the tombs they covered the entrances and blended them in to the natural look of the mountain. To date 64 royal tombs have been discovered however most of them had been ransacked or destroyed by ancient grave robbers despite the Pharaohs attempts to hide them. The tomb of Tutankhamen was the only tomb to be found completely untouched and it is believed this was by accident. Many years ...

      Tombs of Kings

      A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife on Dec 29, 2012

      83 photos

      ... br>

      I feel like a certified Egyptologist after visiting so many historical structure throughout Egypt understanding a bit of the ...