Al Baeirat Hotel

West Bank, Luxor, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Luxor

Valley of the Kings

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... well preserved. Crazy the difference a bit of water can make! Darren met back up with us around here, so I walked slowly back with him after the others had finished looking. As we were coming up though, Sam was yelling out to us to hurry up, so we were rushed out of there, which was annoying. As we walked out, there was a huge group of Asian tourists all with their massive SLR's taking ten million photos! That didn't seem fair... So we snuck a few cheeky photos of the ...

The World is Our Dollar Store

A travel blog entry by abwoodmansee


... would probably be a less-than-impressive tourist trap. And with the aggressive vendors buzzing about like pesky flies, it did feel a bit like a trap. However, it's hard to get too frustrated when you remember that they're just trying to earn a living in a poor country, and you're the only tourist they've seen in weeks. Everything they wave in your face and try to shove into your hands costs "just a dollar, sir. Very cheap."

The pyramids were ...

We offered women equality, but they didn't want it

A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup


... they would never treat their own women. I have had doors close in my face, been shoved, pushed out of the way, almost been trampled by horses and been stared at constantly. And this isn't always from grown men, but often by young boys with which it's clear that it is the way they have been raised. I don't consider modern Australian men to be particularly polite or well mannered but they are Princes compared to some of the men I have experienced here. In saying that, I ...

Day 13 (Part 2) - The Temples

A travel blog entry by reece83


... entries anyway), but the temple of Luxor is the largest temple of worship anywhere in the world though it is no longer used for that purpose today. It covers an area of 1.5 Km's long by 850m wide. In ancient times the two temples were connected by an avenue which was 2.5 Km's in length and was lined by Sphinx's on either side. Most of the avenue no longer exists but you can see the beginning and ends of it at both temples and the government is ...


A travel blog entry by thaines


... So many statues, obelisks, egyptian gods, bowls and vases carved out of rock. I have limited space in my luggage so I opted for a few pieces and start the bargaining. Now if you don't like to haggle or negotiate then Egypt is not the place for you to shop. Egyptians are very smart, they start the price way high, sometimes 300 percent higher then the average sale price. This is to give then great room to move but still get ...

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This hotel, located on West Bank, Luxor, is near Elephantine Island, Philae Island, Temple of Hathor at Dendera, and Lake Nasser.
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