Beit Sabee Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... couple from Florida initially and now living in Hong Kong), and Mark Patterson (Doctor from Alaska) and I walked over to see the Avenue of the Sphinxes that we'd cycled over on the way in - this was the site of ceremonial processions and originally connected Luxor Temple and Karnak Temple, although it's younger than either of these, dating to around 380 BC. Originally it stretched just under 3km with 1,350 sphinxes lining its sides. Around half of those have been ...
... intricate methods to block out the sun. One wore long sleeves, a hood and gloves, so he looked like a ninja. The other wore a wifebeater, a cap (which had the golden words "pimping gigalo") and a shawl which he draped over himself. The 2 Chinese guys and I did a double take at their antics, and laughed quietly. Our guide wasn't very good, and because I read up about the sites online the day before, I became a pseudo guide of sorts for my ...
... confused between what names were in this game, and what was in the last ones, it was very funny! After the third game it was dinner time, so we went downstairs, where I had the best felafels ever! We had a chat, and the funny waiter came over (still calling Darren Dammit) and showed us another trick. He stuck some toothpicks in a salt shaker then set them on fire, covered them with a wine glass which was sitting on a plate of water, then we watched as the water ...
... upon his reed basket and sent down this river. We could not believe we were really seeing the Nile.
As we arrived in Luxor, we headed to the Temple of Karnack. Now, I am not a Temple lover, Rich is. The temp at this point was about 102 and extremely dry. No matter how much water you drank, it was not enough. This is a huge temple with all kinds of statues around. I went along trying to envision myself with a cold glass of ...
... drop in tourism. From the hotel staff, to tour guides to people in the markets selling to the hotels, it is quite bad for the Egyptian economy. It means there are less crowds for us to contend with at the popular sights of Egypt.
We started sailing down the Nile in the afternoon, and in the early evening we stopped and visited the Kom Ombo Temple, dedicated to the Crocodile God Sobek and Horus the Father God ...