Nur el-Gurna Hotel

Address: Gurna, Luxor, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Gurna, Luxor, is near Abu Simbel, Temple of Hathor at Dendera, Lake Nasser, and Monastery of St. Simeon.
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      Travel Blogs from Luxor

      Balloons, Donkeys, Trucks and Trains

      A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 27, 2014

      41 photos

      ... boy and showed him pictures of some of my travels and he taught me the Arabic words of the different animals. His favourite was Gammon, or camel. We caught another boat back to the East Bank, made it to the hotel and I was heat exhausted and decided enough for the day. I slept for several hours in my dark, air conditioned room. Later in the evening I grabbed some wifi, chatted with my friend Mandi and Rob online, then I chatted with Bruce and Elizabeth from ...

      Aswan, luxor & the nile

      A travel blog entry by amandane on May 30, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... guy. I had spoken to the owner, Ahmed, on the phone in Cairo and he had a unique accent which sounded pretty similar to our guide. Our previous guide, Islam, had mentioned that the owner, Ahmed, was going to meet us in Luxor and that he was a great guide who spoke Arabic, English and German. Our guide, Ahmed, also spoke Arabic, English and German. I went through my email trail with owner, Ahmed, and on the first piece of correspondence that he sent me, he signed it off ...

      Valley of the Kings

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 15, 2013

      50 photos

      ... destroyed and her image and name to be erased throughout it. So all around the carved walls, there were cartouches (how the kings and gods names are written) that were scratched out, and entire images removed as well. But you could still tell it was her temple, because they couldn't remove it all, or they would be removing the parts that referred to Gods, and that wasn't allowed. After wandering through there, past the huge sculptures of Hatshepsut (which wasn't really her ...

      We offered women equality, but they didn't want it

      A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Mar 26, 2013

      9 photos

      ... Also, as we wandered along on our own, I heard the most atrocious **** from across the stream and looking up discovered an old grandpa donkey watching as as we moved by slow motion. After leaving our donkeys, we continued on to Colossi of Memnon followed by the spectacular royal burial site of the Valley of the Kings. Muhammad explained the history and legends of these remarkable people and we were able to enter and explore three of the most interesting tombs of Ramses ...

      Day 13 (Part 2) - The Temples

      A travel blog entry by reece83 on Jan 27, 2013

      24 photos

      So after such a long winded entry about this mornings adventure, I will keep this one short and sweet. After returning to the hotel for breakfast and a nap, I checked out of the hotel at 2pm and waited for my guide to pick me up for the afternoon tour. We visited two temples which were the temple of Luxor and the temple of Karnak. I won't go into too much detail as it is long and extensive (besides I think I have been butchering the ancient Egypt history ...