Beit Sabee Hotel

Address: West Bank, Luxor, Nile River Valley, Egypt | Hotel
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This hotel, located on West Bank, Luxor, is near Abu Simbel, Temple of Hathor at Dendera, Lake Nasser, and Monastery of St. Simeon.
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    Travel Blogs from Luxor

    Day 6 - The Real Luxor & Attack Hippos

    A travel blog entry by arigney87 on May 21, 2015

    ... think this because Egyptian history says M. Hotep had a dream from a god that showed 7 fat cows eating 7 skinny cows, which they interpreted to mean there would be 7 years of abundance followed by 7 years of scarcity. Because of this dream, Hotep spent the 7 strong years preparing for the 7 weak years, and history shows this 7 year stretch of scarcity did happen and that Hotep's preparations saved the country. This is apparently similar to the Bible's story of ...

    The incredible tombs of the Valley of the Kings!

    A travel blog entry by annieallison on Apr 20, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... roll but the coffee was surprisingly good. Can’t say I’m looking forward to the return
    journey on Friday night.

    We arrived into Luxor at around 5.30am and
    were whisked off in the mini van for our visit to the valley of the kings. Yesser was surprised to find we were the
    first ones there so it was very quiet but already very hot! I really didn’t know what to expect here but
    suffice to say ...

    Luxor & Valley of the Kings

    A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 14, 2015

    4 photos

    ... mountains 9 km west of the Nile and presiding under a giant triangle shaped mountain that the Egyptians equated with a natural pyramid. The tombs themselves (there are 65 known pharaonic tombs) were cut into the limestone, then plastered and painted, elaborately decorated with scenes of the Kings advancing to the afterlife and text from the book of the dead. The tombs were hidden and the locations not publicized in order to prevent them from being vandalized ...

    Valley of the Kings

    A travel blog entry by carolwahs on Sep 01, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... on the walls. We visited the tombs of Ramses III, Ramese V, VI, Ramses IX and Merenptah. No photos are allowed to be taken in the Valley of the Kings or tombs so you will have to take my word when I say that it was fantastic. To think of how old the tombs are and how well they are preserved. Ramses IX was special, the paintings and colours were amazing. Valley of the Kings cannot ...

    Walk like an Egyptian

    A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on May 01, 2014

    2 comments, 53 photos

    ... has basically summed it up. For us, Egypt has been amazing and now is the best time to come, the only downside to having all the sites to yourself is having all the hundreds of hagglers and hawkers to yourself too. I would only recommend doing Egypt on a guided tour for the simplicity of it all, it would be a bloody headache having to orchestrate it by yourself. We couldn't of asked for a better tour guide (hesham), he is a really nice guy and he has taught us a lot about ...