Nefertari Hotel Abu Simble
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... represented the animals he killed
A small chamber showing offerings to Rahorukhat
A larger chamber with more offerings to various gods
Another chamber with two small chambers of offerings, heiroglyphics and cartouches on each side
The second room had a large carving of the solar boat
Ramses was shown as a high priest with his wife on the square pillars
Amun Ra, Rahorukhat and ...
... 8217;t ever see the sun light.
A second temple is dedicated to King Ramses’ favorite wife
Nefertari (not Nefetriti) and whilst smaller in size is just as amazing.
A short flight back and we stopped at a Perfume Place on the
way back to our cruise ship and bought some perfume oils.
The cruise ship we are sailing on is called The Solaris II. The cabins are spacious ...
... past the long row of hawker stalls to the ticket widow.
Temple of Ramses II Bathed in Morning Light
We were in front of Ramses II Temple by 7:40 and the morning light from the east was perfect as we snapped photos of the four amazing 20 meter high sitting Colossi of Pharaohs.
A column of eight 6 meter tall stone ...
... dogs, and Mum felt bad that she hadn't brought the leftovers from her breakfast to feed them!
We decided to look at the Temple of Queen Nefertari first, which was very interesting. By the time we got back to the great temple, we were the only ones in there and it made it all the more magical to look at all the tombs and carvings without being distracted by anyone else - we could really take our time and it was well worth it. It was hard to believe that this temple, like ...
... panoramic (that are later mostly scraped) then spend lots of time reviewing / defeating it the charge doesn't last long. But it’s all ok, Dads camera was fully charged. We kept walking and I fretted over how many more shots I thought I could get when BAM look left there is a huge temple. The size of the temple of Ramses the second is outstanding the base that the feet stand on is 3 meters high, its nose is 1.5 meters long. I was so disappointed though to see flood lights on ...