Paradise Hotel

Address: 373 Saad Zaghlol Street, Aswan, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 373 Saad Zaghlol Street, Aswan.
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Travel Blogs from Aswan

Idfu to Aswan, day of the walls

A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Jan 17, 2015

... in the town, and really one thing I want to see. Some riders went in, but not coming back til later and after no sleep last night some is needed! 145km tomorrow. After some conversations with female riders and some males, solo riding is not an option but larger groups. One girl had her butt grabbed (not pleasant) and hair pulled. Another had a kid grab her bike and try to pull her down. A male rider helped her out. Poor last girl had a guy with a knife try ...

Stage 8: Idfu to Aswan (113km)

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 17, 2015

1 comment, 43 photos

... s section and no one complained this time.
Above where the ferry came in there was a tomb at the top of a very steep sandstone bluff. We were aiming to get back to the camp for the 5pm riders briefing, but Birgette and Chris decided to take a camel ride up to the tomb, while the rest of us got into the back of one of the pickup taxis. A much comfier ride back than in the crowded taxi going.
At lunch time the sweep had come through but two of the ...


A travel blog entry by carolwahs on Aug 28, 2014

5 photos

We finally arrived in Aswan at 10 am to a very hot and dry atmosphere. After booking into our hotel we had a felucca ride on the Nile and lunch with a Nubian family in their home. It was lovely. Sailing down the Nile we passed by the Agha Khan Mausoleum and Kitchener Island known for its exotic plants and botanical garden,named after Horatio Kitchener British General who planted some of the plants 100years ago. The Felucca dropped ...

The Asiatics, Fred Prokosch, part 3

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jul 26, 2014

... And what is age? What is time?

18. Rustling little pursuits
Love. It can be any of a million streams, some well disguised, running through territories ever so cruel, desolate, austere, frightful, lonely, winding away like the Brahmaputra and its three great neighbours. One night a strange thing happened. The nutmeg girl's brother came and played on his improvised harp, and they sang. Each glance and each gesture was consummate with ...

Abu Simbel

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 13, 2013

28 photos

... Filled with more huge statues of Rameses, ancient carvings, hieroglyphs and sculptures, a lot of them still with the original colours still painted on them. One massive wall was filled with the first ever peace treaty between the Hittites and the Egyptians. It was just insanely beautiful! And so well preserved considering how old it was! We got some sneaky photos without flash (photos are forbidden inside the temple as the flash ruins the colours that remain ...