This is what the entrances look like now for tourists.
After this temple we went to an Alabaster Museum where we watched how they made the Alabaster items like bowls and vases. It was very interesting and real Alabaster items are kind if transparent where the light can shine through them.
After lunch back on the ship we went for a walk on our own by the place where the ship was docked. We caught a horse and carriage ride into the town of Luxor and the driver and his wife from Holland showed us around. She had been living there for three years now and told us all about life in Egypt of today. We got back to the ship for a buffet dinner followed by a program. There was a Twirling dervish and then a belly dancer.