Luxor and Hurghada

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June 18th 2012
Published: June 25th 2012
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After an amazing time in Cairo we were very excited to continue our trip through Egypt. Luxor has frequently been characterized as the world's greatest open air museum, as the ruins of the temple complexes at Karnak and Luxor stand within the modern city. Immediately opposite, across the River Nile, lie the monuments, temples and tombs on the West Bank Necropolis, which include the Valley of t... Read Full Entry

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Karnak Temple Karnak Temple
Karnak Temple

Our guide getting us to act out the process of putting up a pylon.

25th June 2012

Another great blog!
This is getting me so excited for my trip! Was the hot air ballooning intimidating at all? Was it expensive?
26th June 2012

Amazing Experience!
I was really not scared at all and usually I am a big chicken! It only cost $120 which I thought was really good!
26th June 2012

You were so fortunate to ride the hot air balloon..
the pictures are beautiful and unique. Happy Birthday!
29th June 2012

great photography felt like i was there with u two hot air ballooning was more visual to the land area than i thought this is the best blog i have read

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