Robinson Club Soma Bay
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... built by the only female Pharaoh (who often pretended to be a man). It is built right into the mountain and on its walls are stories of the female Pharaoh -- stories that prove her a descendant of the gods and of her reign. On our way out of Luxor we passed the Colossi of Memnon, two huge statues that guarded the entrance to Luxor temple (a third Colossus was unearthed about 6 months ago and was erected nearby) and made a quick stop at an alabaster factory (where I ...
... as he tells me nice things about how I cycle!! Keep it up Mareck!!!
Great to reach the camp site, on the hotel beach at Sarfaga. Like being at the Caribbean for a couple of hours around lunch time. Showers available here in 3 rooms - but I left it till later on and cold water by the time I got there. We're all sat around a table overlooking the water, with my solar panel in star position in the centre of the table charging my battery. I could ...
Today was a much better day, getting into the swing of things, helped it was warmer and wind was a lovely 20km tail wind, with the promise of cold beer and shower. To bad the showers were cold as the beer. But we have flush toilets, no paper or running water to wash hands, but it's a great improvement. 84km flew by. Some nice hills and then all down hill into Safagara. Cruising along at 37km/hr was a nice treat. Rode ...
... of the Pharaohs awaiting immortality. It is her that the English Egyptologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun on November 4, 1922.
Temple of Hatshepsut is one of the finest monuments of ancient Egypt. Carved from sheer limestone cliffs of the Theban Mountains, the temple contains beautiful reliefs depicting Queen Hatshepsut’s life and is a timeless tribute to the ingenuity and creativity of the Pharaonic ...
... by temple, and the Valley of the Kings, where many pharaohs are buried, including King Tut . Between the two temples, running through the center of Luxor, is a long fascinating row of sphinxes, some with human heads and others with ram heads. Many are recently discovered.
Karnak consists of four main sections of which only one, the Precinct of Amen-Re, ...