Beit Sabee Hotel

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

Luxor temples

A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip


... bundled out the door (skyping home at the time) at Luxor station about two seconds before it took off towards Aswan. Straight to the boat where we settled into our cabin, luxurious by comparison. Had a quick explore of the roof top 'sundeck’, dimly lit smoky lounge beneath and then a more relaxed chat to the girls and grandpa before falling asleep for a mid-morning nap.

Met up with our new Guide, ...

Lovely Luxor

A travel blog entry by chris-tom


... one is a 'party temple' where the people of Egypt used to celebrate various festive occasions.

We then visited Animal Care Egypt (ACE) which is a charity organization set up 6 years ago by two English ladies. It cares for all animals in Luxor but mainly working animals such as donkeys and horses. The owners are able to bring their animals to the hospital and leave them ...

Day 9 - Luxor and Karnak

A travel blog entry by loadersonthego


... was the most important place of worship in all Egypt during the height of Theban power and was called 'Ipet-Isut' which means 'The most perfect of places' - it certainly was!.
Rania gave us a really good talk through the history of the temples, which were built, added to and restored over a period of 1500 years. There was plenty to see and it was one of the most interesting places we have seen so far.
Back to the boat and plenty of time to get ready for ...

Day 6: Eating and sailing

A travel blog entry by sheree.wills.3


... and climb onto a bus. Ongoing to the temple of Luxor I was most excited to see the avenue of the sphinxes, this avenue, built in the new kingdom once stretched all the way to Karnack temple connecting the two sites by a 2.5 km avenue it is estimated to have had more than 2000 sphinxes. It is said that the avenue was built over a canal as religious possessions between the two sites was so difficult outside of the annual flood. I was a bit disappointed to see the temple at night ...

Luxor Temple and Karnak Temple

A travel blog entry by wherethefisnaz


... little differently. Horseback!! I was able to find a local driver who was born and raised in Luxor to take me on a ride around town for a couple of hours. I was not expecting him to take the horse and carriage through the back alleys where the local markets were being held...What a crazy way to see the hidden parts of the city. If you are brave I would highly recommend it. Make sure to negotiate the prices ahead of time and keep them honest. I ...

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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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