Iberotel Makadi Saraya Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Babysitting service
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... much like sham, all the top brands, some very good restaurants, half our group went to the Hard Rock Cafe, the rest went to the marina
When we got to the Marina, the rest opted for a meal 8in the Italian restaurant, I went off on my own to find somewhere
I found a tidy German place, but trying to get served was ridiculous, the waiter spent all his time chatting up the girls and seemed rather upset I had come in there, but still the meal was good, ...
... we were starting to get a dose of the ABT's (another bloody temple) by that stage and combined with the slow moving nature of some of our fellow travellers and the heat meant we were glad to get back to the bus. Getting really hot by this stage and after a stop at some other Sphinx like statues it was back to the hotel to have a shower, get some lunch and check out before the three and a half ...
... the green and fertile Valley of the Nile,where 98% of the poulation live.Date palms ,nicely kept, small productive tracts of land, with Families working,new large resivours in place further back.
We skirted the villages ,on a new highway and into Luxor,every corner is culltivated,vendors crouched in the shade with nuts and things all set out on the ground.
Amongst it all ,so close to civilization, we saw the Avenue of the Sphnix,perfectly placed in this huge line ,human ...
... side of the Nile since that is where the sun goes down. No pictures are allowed in the Valley of the Kings which is a bummer but I later buy a DVD of pictures throughout Egypt which I will copy from. In the entryway, there is a model of the Valley showing how all the various graves were done throughout the valley, with many of the tombs having corridors that come within feet of each other. (This is how they ...
... out on the roads to the Arabian Desert! We basically drove on highways for about 20 minutes and then all of a sudden veered off the road straight into the desert. There were about 15 jeeps in our convoy and as soon as we hit the desert each one went off creating their own road as they went. Driving in the sand is much like driving in snow -- you spin out a bit and the driver has to correct the spin by heading into it. It was ...