Sunday, August 21, 2016

"Day 56, Luxor" summary

Luxor can be found 420 miles south of Cairo, which is in North Egypt. Its train station is huge and has tall columns and hieroglyphic designs. Outside the train station, there is a Nile cruise to be joined and there are four-floored ships along the riverside. The river journey stops on the West Bank and a bus ride passing various places continues. The bus goes up a narrow road, ending in the Valley of the Kings, which is a huge cemetery, keeping the 62 leftovers of the Pharaohs of the New Kingdom. Out of 62, only 40 tombs had been found and one had been stolen.
- Vincent


Luxor or Thebes is located 420 miles south of Cairo, in Upper Egypt. Its train station is enormous and has tall columns, and hieroglyphic designs. After going out of the train station, obtain the Nile cruise and spectate the four-floored ships along the riverbank. The river tour ends on the West Bank and a bus ride, passing the sugar cane field and irrigation canal follows. The bus escalates a narrow road leading to the Valley of the Kings, which is a large graveyard, containing the 62 residue of the Pharaohs of the New Kingdom. Out of 62 tombs only 40 had been rediscovered and one had been rob.
- Angelique 

Luxor or Thebes is found 420 miles south of Cairo, which is in Upper Egypt. Its train stop is enormous and has tall pillars and hieroglyphic designs. After exiting the train stop, take the Nile cruise and notice the four-storeyed ships along the riverbank. The river tour finish on the West Bank and a bus ride, passing the sugar cane plantation and watercourse follows. The bus ascends up a small road leading to the Valley of the Kings, which is a huge cemetery, including the 62 bodies of the Pharaohs of the new Domain. Of all 62 tombs, only 40 had been regained and one had been robbed
-Dhana


420 miles south of Cairo, lies Luxor. To reach Luxor, a train is used which is located at its train station. The train station itself is huge and covered with intricate designs. Out of the train station is the Nile River that can be explored by taking the Nile cruise. The cruise will stop on the West Bank and the tour is continued with a bus. Past the West Bank is the Valley of the Kings, a wide necropolis containing the 62 tombs of the Pharaohs of the New Kingdom.
-Audrey F

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