New Pola Hotel Luxor

Khalid Ben El Walid, Luxor, Nile River Valley, 1868, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Khalid Ben El Walid, Luxor, is near Temple of Abu Simbel, Abu Simbel, Temple of Philae, and Unfinished Obelisk.
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    Travel Blogs from Luxor

    Walk like an Egyptian

    A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on May 01, 2014

    2 comments, 53 photos

    ... s troubles began Egypt is now lucky to receive 700,000. As a result we had the Giza plateau to ourselves, a once in a lifetime opportunity given that for the past 50 years the pyramids have received up to 15,000 visitors per day. This was a bitter sweet reality for us however, as it is difficult not to be saddened by the impact this is having on Egypt, a country whose tourism industry has historically been very strong. The negative propaganda by the media about what is ...

    Valley of the Kings

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 15, 2013

    50 photos

    ... Then we found the wifi! We had gone without wifi for a whole 4 days or something, so everyone was glued to their phones! Mine wast picking it up, so I just sat there and hung out with myself and a table full of zombies! We got some yummy dinner and were joined by George, another tour guide who would be continuing on with the rest of the group to Dahab after Cairo. He was a pretty nice guy. After dinner and a chat we headed out and got back in the stupid bus. After trying ...

    Temples and Tombs

    A travel blog entry by abwoodmansee on Oct 07, 2013

    68 photos

    ... Tut was a minor pharaoh in Egypt, but became famous because his tomb was discovered by archaeologists in the early 1900s so his treasures were preserved and put on display at the museum in Cairo.

    The inside of the tombs were covered with intricate and beautiful hieroglyphics that still retain their original color today. They generally depict the king's journey to the afterlife and the knowledge he must have as he ascends. Again, I left my camera ...

    Tomb raiding.

    A travel blog entry by muzbec on Mar 25, 2013

    4 photos

    ... from the north to south of Egypt by the nile and a better option then taking the slow bus over a million pot holes. Although comfortable I get little sleep being woken by harsh jerks while the train is pulling into stations, powerful enough to through you out of bed or spill the coffee. But 12hrs later we arrive on the outskirts of Cairo in the early morning and its going to be a big day. Clear skies mean that the pyramids are viewable and this is where we are headed.

    East Bank Day – Karnak and Luxor Bazaar

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Mar 15, 2013

    26 photos

    ... The temple complex is spread out and it was difficult to imagine what the complex would have looked like before it crumbled. We randomly looked at faded paint, giant statues, tall columns, and tipped over obelisks. There was a lot to look at and it must have been magnificent in its heyday with a roof and fully painted. To me, the less grand, but mostly complete Temple of Horus in Edfu, was more approachable. Ninety minutes ...