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Advantageslovely views with quality accommodation

Disadvantagessmall ensuite, not the cheapest

...with the hotel's logo of a temple woven in to the carpet. We followed the stairs up half a flight to the reception desk (still with the unique carpet) where we were greeted by a very helpful member of staff. Check in was completed very quickly and she proceeded to take us to our room. Up half a flight again and it was the first floor where we were advised that our breakfast would be served in the dining...

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“Luscious Luxor Temple.”

published 11/02/2012

AdvantagesA fantastic temple site next to the Nile river in the centre of the city.

DisadvantagesCan get very crowded during the day!

...The Luxor temple is one of the best preserved temples situated in the centre of Luxor beside the Nile River. Luxor (known as in ancient times as Thebes) may not have been the largest of the temples in Egypt but it was probably one of the most sacred. It is a magnificent structure which is believed to have been built over the site of a smaller temple in the 14th Century BC and is dedicated to...

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Excellent

AdvantagesNice and quiet

DisadvantagesA bit off the main tourist track

...Prabang to Parske in the South purely so we could spend a few days in the area simply to fit in our afternoon visit to the Wat Phou temple. Given there were 4 of us, that little whim of mine cost a good grand between us. It?s a good job I have really good and indulgent friends. So, what kind of a pile of rocks is it? If I?m honest, the extra cost of getting down to the south of Laos to see...

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