Morris Hotel

Address: Khaled Bin El Walid St, Luxor, Nile River Valley, 002, Egypt | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Khaled Bin El Walid St, Luxor, is near Temple of Abu Simbel, Abu Simbel, Temple of Philae, and Unfinished Obelisk.
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    Travel Blogs from Luxor

    Donkeys, Kids and Kings

    A travel blog entry by annmennen on Mar 25, 2015

    22 photos

    ... not to ride the donkey so as not to aggravate his neck. Mike was not happy with this arrangement at all. He was cranky as buggery with us. In the end he got his donkey. I have to say the ride was less jarring than I expected so I was glad he didn't miss it however out of all the donkeys it was Mike's donkey that stumbled a couple of times. This meant he was jerked around a bit. Ultimately he enjoyed his donkey ride. My donkey was called SimSim and was so calm ...

    Luxor, Egypt

    A travel blog entry by that_crazy_one on Nov 06, 2014

    ... valley of the Nobles and the Valley of the Artisans which were (In my opinion) better than the valley of the Kings. The art work in these tombs is amazing! We then went to a small Limestone workshop with some beautiful handmade pieces, once again I couldn't help myself. Lunch today was at a fabulous restaurant called Moon Valley. High up, overlooking the Nile valley and all the green land as it abruptly cuts off and gives way to the desert, the mountain and Hatshepsuts ...

    Valley of the Kings

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 15, 2013

    50 photos

    ... anyway, getting shown around by Sam. By this stage of the day, we had gotten a ridiculous amount of information, so I couldn't take much more in, so we just followed him around, and marveled at the immensity of the ancient ruins, and imagined how amazing it would have been back in the day. Sam showed us how to read some of the cartouches, and how depending which way the hieroglyphs were facing would tell you which way to read them. If they face to the left you read from the ...

    Luxor & the Sun Boat III

    A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Mar 18, 2013

    61 photos

    ... is the same shaduf machine the ancients used to lift stones on a pyramid. As the column gets higher, they disassemble the shaduf; bring in sand to raise the level of the floor; reassemble the shaduf; and then repeat this process until they reach the desired height. Once at the top, the stone carvers inscribe and decorate the column from the top down. Workers then remove the sand as needed to get to the next lower level. Ingenious.

    As we ...

    An early morming balloon ride

    A travel blog entry by prgeeves on Nov 16, 2012

    ... We chose a Ramses tomb and two others. All had magnificent hieroglyphics still vividly displayed on the walls and large granite or sandstone sarcophagi still in the original positions. Delving around in peoples tombs was a bit creepy but well worth the visit.

    We left the Valley of the Kings after about 2 hours and boarded the bus to take us to the Temple of Hatshepsut or hot chicken soup as Momo called it. Hatshepsut was the ...