Philae Hotel

Address: 79 Cornich el Nile, Aswan, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 79 Cornich el Nile, Aswan.
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      Travel Blogs from Aswan

      Egypt - Day 12: Aswan Camel Ride in the Desert

      A travel blog entry by dorlina on Dec 13, 2013

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      After all the unpleasant experiences in the down town yesterday, we decided to visit the attractions on the West Bank. We always don’t like to visit the must-see attractions as it would always disappoint you. There are always silimar and even better spots nearby and most importantly cheaper. We rented a camel to explore the desert and returned on foot. The sights riding on the camel are so amazing. Our guide even taught us how to lead the camel on our own.
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      Abu Simbel

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 13, 2013

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      ... kept going back and forth between them to help them with their bargaining! He got them good prices too! We kept walking and got hassled heaps more, a group of them even completely blocked our way so we couldn't get through! Darren called my name, then all of a sudden all the sellers are calling my name too! It was crazy! We eventually got through though and went back up to the cafe to meet the group. When everyone was back, we got in the van and waited for a bit. ...

      Aswan, EGYPT

      A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Oct 30, 2013

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      ... avenged his father's death by killing Seth and Seth became the symbol of evil... Set (how it is pronounced) eventually became Satan... Interesting! This story was told out on the temple walls as well as stories from everyday life. There was still a library room and wash room in tact with explanations on the walls of what happened in there.

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      A travel blog entry by sandm82 on May 16, 2010

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