Nile Valley Hotel Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... separately. She took us to a lovely alabaster shop where we couldn't help but buy some of the beautiful pieces they have on offer. We then went for a complementary lunch at the Crocodile restaurant on the West Bank (FYI, you cannot eat the crocodiles, I asked) Then back to our apartment for a nice bit of sunbathing on the roof terrace and dinner at a lovely little place called Aisha (Also recommended by Ali)
With our lovely guide Ghada we went ...
... where people cool down and relax after a hot bustling day. Overlooking the city from the roof top of our hotel, half finished brown brick residential apartments are adorned with sate-lights and home hooked washing lines. On sunset the call to prayer penetrates the city air calling out from the many minarets of the mosques. No matter what your religion or non religion, this time of night always takes on a magically quality. But we are here for a reason. To see what was ...
... for package tourists when in Egypt. The mornings, this time of year in Luxor, are fresh. Midday heat has been bearable but still not the best time of day to be running around in the sun. We planned our Karnak visit to beat the heat and beat the crowds.
After breakfast, at 8:30AM, we walked to the corner, 50 meters from our hotel. A couple of public buses (small vans) passed us as we tried to wave them down. Another ...
... there and ask again," Dave suggested. We got to the humble structure to discover it was the Temple of Dier El Madina!
Temple of Dier El Madina
We were given a short tour of one of the rooms and went to the second to find workers cleaning the soot from the walls. They use acetone, alcohol to dampen Q-tips and cloth to tease off centuries of grime and smoke. The fellas were ...
... completely destroyed rooms that looked like the foundations of an old building. Thieves had broken into this tomb from the back and destroyed the place; they had been unwilling or unable to get past the shaft allowing the upper part to still be so beautiful. We couldn’t go into one of the deep cut temples as it was closed so went into Ramses the 9th tomb instead. At first it looked similar to the first one but I quickly noticed interesting ...