Al Rashid Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... great group dinner ended my time in Jordan. Jordan is a beautiful country that has seen a major decrease in tourism with the tensions in other countries in the area. It continues to be a safe place to visit. Would recommend that if you have thought of visiting now is the time to do it. Took an amazing tour with G Adventures, our guide Zuhair made the trip an unforgettable experience. Yalla ...
... was a small, simple but comfortable square. Plenty of room to stand up in. On entering our tent, the heat was stifling. The material magnified the sun’s rays in the same way as a green house. For this reason we were happy to spend the afternoon in a communal tent.
This experience cuts you off completely from civilisation as there is no electricity in the camp. The generator is switched on at 7pm and is switched off at 11pm. Hot water is also only available ...
... and red for state owned vehicles.
One thing we immediately noticed was the quality of the road surfaces. The highway asphalt is as good as the surface of any road in the UK. Even the main roads as we experienced later, somewhere in between our A and B roads, were well maintained. The other life saver is that everywhere is well sign posted using the international colour coding of blue (motorway sign postings), brown for tourist attractions etc. All road ...
... their channels very clearly. We continued downward until we got to the Siq. Zuhair got us to turn around and offered a prize to the first person who could spot a carving but it was all a trick! When we turned around to continue, there was the iconic view of the treasury through the gap in the gorge/Siq. Absolutely takes your breath away. Magical moment and there was only two or three other people around so we really were lucky. The carvings are ...
... honour of Marcus Agrippa during the Roman period. From the very entrance as well you start to appreciate the engineering skills of the inhabitants who created a sophisticated guttering system to flow water from the dams at the top of the Siq all the way through it.Continuing through the gorge and admiring the various colours and patterns in the rock we also saw plenty more stone carvings and monuments.
Hyah, hyah, watch out a horse and carriage coming ...