Siwa Villa

Address: Shali, Siwa, Egypt | Villa
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    Siwa is quiet on Friday

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 07, 2013

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    ... the Oracle was that it was his wish to be buried in Siwa.

    We saw the ruins of the temple of Obaida or Umm Ubaydah. It was destroyed in 1821 and in 1897 one of the Ma'murs used the large stones were used to build the army/police station, school and mosque. All that remains is an altar or pillar for Amun.

    We visited one of the 275 natural springs here. It was called a few different names: Sun Spring, Cleopatra's Spring, and Spring of Juba. We ...

    Sights and Swimming at the Oasis

    A travel blog entry by brookeandchris on Apr 11, 2012

    27 photos

    ... pretty much in ruins. I'm not even sure how much restoration they could do on the place. Either way, it was still a really cool piece of history to see. We also stopped at an old temple dedicated to Amun, but that one was really in ruins. There was nothing to see there. Our last stop for the day was the hot springs just outside of Siwa. It was a big open space that was significantly cleaner than the other springs we had ...

    The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

    A travel blog entry by barry0fisher on Dec 18, 2010

    17 photos

    ... and a lot of fun that others miss.

    So as soon as I arrive in Cairo, I'm already attempting to depart to arguably one of it's most remote towns, Siwa, a massive oasis and home to ~30k, many called Berbers, located a short distance from the Libyan border. I receive vague directions to the airport shuttle, and even more ambiguous at the bus station to get to Cairo's primary bus terminal. Already off to a rocky start as no one tells me ...

    This is more like it

    A travel blog entry by bdsearle on Nov 27, 2010

    Had a great day of desert 4WD'ing. Heading across the Great Sand Sea was much different from the rugged and rocky desert we'd been seeing for the last two days. Technically there was a road, but our driver spent just as much time avoiding the road as he did on it. The road was as rough as any country road in Australia but at times it was so cracked and broken that the driver took to the desert for a smoother ride. We ...

    Siwa Oasis!

    A travel blog entry by mjs265 on Aug 07, 2010

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    ... After surviving our first Egyptian hotel fire, we went for a good run. After our run, we quickly changed and saw Dr. Reem speak about her book at the Alexandria Library.

    Finally, on Wednesday, we got out of class, packed, and then headed to the bus-station to leave for Siwa. Our bus left at 10pm, and arrived in Siwa at 6:30am. In our 28 hours there, we saw quite a bit and had a great time. We checked into our hotel, and then went out in search ...