Sol Y Mar Pioneers

Address: Gamal Abdel Nasser St., Kharga, 11211, Egypt | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Gamal Abdel Nasser St., Kharga.
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      Luxor, Egypt

      A travel blog entry by that_crazy_one on Nov 06, 2014

      ... loves his horses and they love him too. He was very funny and friendly. Ali, being the wonderful host and gentleman that he is, held my bag whilst I rode. After the ride we went for a lovely dinner with Ali right by the Nile. Traditional Egyptian bbq with salad, bread and dip. A meal fit for a king with a wonderful view. After getting another motor boat back to the east bank we walked along the corniche and saw many wedding celebrations and Karnak Temple with its lights ...

      The Gloriously Beautiful Nile

      A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Mar 19, 2013

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      ... are two soldiers in plain clothes manning the weapon. We learn every ship operating in and around Luxor has been similarly protected since 9-11.

      We disembark and drive overland to the Ptolemaic Temple of the goddess Hathor at Dendara. This complex is a rare sight. There is a massive stone roof, dark chambers, underground passages and towering columns inscribed with hieroglyphs. We are able to descend into one of ...

      Day 13 (Part 2) - The Temples

      A travel blog entry by reece83 on Jan 27, 2013

      24 photos

      ... in an effort to restore as much of it as they can. One other interesting fact about the Luxor temple is that the entrance used to be flanked by two obelisks 18m in height. However in 1823 one of the obelisks was sent to France as part of a trade. The French gave the Egyptians a clock tower in return which was placed in the Mohamed Ali mosque in Cairo. The clock has worked for about 15 years in total of the 180 odd years since it was gifted. The Egyptians ...

      Felucca on the Nile

      A travel blog entry by angel_00 on Jan 16, 2013

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      There was an international effort and a number of countries joined together and cut out the temple from its original setting and rebuilt it higher up so it would be protected from the lake. An enormous effort on both counts. Now in Luxor and have returned from an illuminated temple and traditional meal guide is excellent. So learning ...

      Day four – Temples and tombs

      A travel blog entry by foxandpridham on Dec 04, 2012

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      We had a very humorous start to the day, with a donkey-transit, which took us to the Valley of the Kings. My donkey spent the first 5mins going in circles and then slowly, S L O W L Y followed the other donkeys.. meanwhile Bill literally could touch the ground on his donkey, and walk with it –heehee.

      The City of Dead took us from giggles to awe. The magnificent "city of the Dead" where tombs were ...