New Radwan Hotel

Address: Abdel Moneim Adisi Street, Luxor, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Abdel Moneim Adisi Street, Luxor, is near Abu Simbel, Temple of Abu Simbel, Temple of Philae, and Unfinished Obelisk.
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Travel Blogs from Luxor

Tombs ... And tombs ... And tombs and ...

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Nov 04, 2015

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... just inside the tombs but anywhere in the valley. I can understand it inside the tombs as in the past it has been a real problem just getting all the people into, through and out of the tombs, but I can see no reason the ban it outside, and there are so very few people here now that it really wouldn't matter. There were hardly any tourists there. Great for us, but very very bad for the local people trying to make a living, and for the Egyptian economy in ...

Day 7 - Hot Air Balloon & Valley of the Kings

A travel blog entry by arigney87 on May 22, 2015

... the rest of the group went off to one tomb, Shannon and I crept off to a different one in the hopes of catching a quiet moment. As soon as we walked in, the white sandstone walls erupted in gorgeous colors. Instead of carvings like I expected, everything was painted on instead. Scenes on the walls depicted the Journey of the Day and Journey of the Night, which are taken from the Egyptian Book of the Dead that details the trip to the afterlife. Baboons were all over, which ...

Death (of Tourism) on The Nile

A travel blog entry by kathystravels on Apr 14, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... leaving the other looking quite disproportionate. At least us Brits didn’t go about nicking valuable and historic artefacts from our Colonial cousins!

The French certainly left their mark on both temples. In a disastrous example of an “it seemed like a good idea at the time” moment, French excavators in 1899, decided to allow the Nile’s waters to flood through the Karnak complex to wash away the salt filled soil which was ...

Luxor & Valley of the Kings

A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 14, 2015

4 photos

... Unfortunately, many of the tombs were raided in antiquity (frequently by the workers - who were paid and organized strikes when their wages were withheld - or local governors) or by subsequent explorers such as the ancient Greeks and Romans. We saw three tombs, all decorated with amazing colored paintings (all the colors original, never restored), one of which had been looted, another damaged by an earthquake. From there we went to Deir al-Medina, the ...

Feeling Death by Temple

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 26, 2014

62 photos

... a quick chicken sandwich from a nearby street restaurant. As soon as the sun set the group all hired a couple of horse carriages to take us to Karnak temple for a sound a light show, and a bit of variety from the hot daytime temple viewings. The show was excellent and luckily there were enough tourists to have it go on. After watching the show our horse carriages were waiting for us, we hired them to take us back to the hotel and I went directly to ...