Queens Valley Hotel Luxor
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... of the 63 tombs. King Ramses 3, 5, 6 and King Tut.
All of the Royal tomb walls contain stories of religious texts and images and are very well preserved with wonderful rich colors. The walls even contain ancient graffiti by visitors and archeologists.
A quick stop on the way to the hotel at a local stone factory, a Bedouin dinner, a bit of shopping in the market and our day was done.
After breakfast we headed off to Karnak Temple which is the largest monument by area in Egypt and the second most important Pharaoh site. It was very impressive with massive gates and pillars, temples and obelisks. Also has a huge spare parts section out to the side!
After Karnak we headed back to the haven of the boat. The salesmen here in Luxor are hard core and have nearly reduced people to tears! ...
... price for the goods and to allow them to give you what seems like an amazing discount. So I start by offering no more then a third of what was ask for the items. They throw their hands up in disbelief, and start putting on an act usually reserved for daytime soap operas. We go back and forth for some time and the jockeying begins. I begin to say to much and move to a very small inexpensive item and consider just buying it only. They ...
... a rough night on the boat and we finally got some magic pills that put him to sleep before the food even arrived in our sleeper cabin. Lucky for him, that was the best night to sleep though… It was a rough ride, at times I was sure the train was going to derail, it felt like we were running over camels and the toilets… well they went right onto the tracks and the sight and smell was enough to make me hold on for 14 hours. ...