Aqaba Gulf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Aqaba
... size and was carved around 70 AD. Above the doorway are three chambers and a stone presumed to be a depiction of the man buried inside blocks the central chamber. There are numerous camel rides and horse carriage rides to take you down and back to Petra. Had an easy day today as we were a bit tired after yesterday as we did not get back till 6.00pm, had a swim to wash the dust off. On the way to the Suez Canal should be in the holding area about ...
... took us to the Hotel. We have decided to Stay another day here for respite. We pick up our rental car tomorrow, and before we leave here, I want to find a store that sells hearing aid batteries. I was positive I packed well and truly enough, but not so. 38 degrees here today, yesterday was 45. Lovely swimming pool in the hotel, so tomorrow I might be in it. I didn't carry my tablet today to take photos, took plenty on camera. ...
... a ~2km walk through a narrow gorge called the Siq - a natural canyon that winds through towards the city. The towering walls create an artificial gloom - until you emerge into the blinding light - and there before you is the Treasury / monument ...which is a giant tomb carved out of rock. Further down the Siq is the Temple of the Winged Lions, the Royal Tombs, and a Greek Theatre that seats ~ 3000 spectators!! This is where the Indiana Jones movies were ...
... to speak Arabic to people. Naturally I was a bit tentative at first, bashfully saying a few 'good evenings' and 'how much' before I got more into the mindset. Welcomings took a while to get comfortable with and so did numbers, especially with the confusing denominations of dinars, piastries and fils.
We got to our hotel fine and it was budget to say the least. There isn't really such a hostel situation in Jordan but ...
... tight, so we sent Chris to squeeze between the holding container where our bags were being held. Since the squeeze was too tight to get our bags out, Elizabeth climbed underneath a semi truck and pulled the bags underneath to us. Once we had all our bags we were guided again to meet our new Jordanian tour guide, Zuhair. He lead us through the process of getting our Jordan visas and our passports stamped. Once again we were organized and taken to our very ...