Nobaleh Ramsis Hotel

Address: Abu Simbel, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Abu Simbel, is near Nefertari's Temple of Hathor, Ismailia Museum, Gebel al Ingleez, and Old Bawiti.
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        Travel Blogs from Abu Simbel

        18 October Abu Simbel

        A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Oct 18, 2015

        11 comments, 68 photos

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        We had to get back to our scabby bit of ground to put our tents away and get on the road, we had to travel in convoy escorted by the police

        There used to be 2 convoys a day, now there is just one, our convoy consisted of our truck, 4 coaches and 3 minibuses, and that should tell you how tourists numbers have fallen in Egypt

        Entering Egypt.

        A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Sep 30, 2015

        6 comments, 6 photos

        ... in 4WD's heading south who greeted us warmly in very good English and offered to assist us to order some food. There were two dishes on offer, a meat soup of indeterminate type or plates of yellow lentils. Thinking the meat might be a bit suspect after our 46 degree day and the quality of the refrigeration hereabouts I opted for the lentils while Blaze bravely chose the former. I had just made a BIG BIG mistake, I should have remained a meat eater. I awoke several times ...

        No one there

        A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Aug 11, 2015

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... going on. Our first hotel was a disaster area, glad we didn't stay there. We just upped and moved to another down the road, it was only marginally better. The accommodation had definitely seen better days. There was water but only hot, sun heated I think. Abu Smybel is amazing. It's survival an unusual feat of international cooperation but so worth it. It was strange to arrive at Egypt's premier attraction and find ...

        No one there

        A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Aug 11, 2015

        Early start to meet the convoy to Abu Symbel. Half a dozen mini vans, four coaches and a small collection of private cars and pickups gathered for the trip. The police were extremely helpful and got tea and coffee for those who needed it. It is a fast run of 280kms on a good road, no traffic. Mostly flat sand with pyramidal outcrops. Some laying of pipelines and at one point what looked like housing being built but not ...

        Hot n' Cold: The Simien Mountains and Sudan.

        A travel blog entry by vicki_howard on Jul 26, 2015

        28 photos

        ... in Ethiopia, where we were about to embark on a three day hike... As you will see from the photos, the Simien Mountains are pretty spectacular, with dramatic cliffs overlooking pristine valleys and endless hills, peaks and undulations. We enjoyed some stunning panoramas over the three days, but usually only in the mornings since the rains and mist tended to descend around lunchtime and the only view after this time was a solid wall of white. Our group of eight ...