Aqaba Gulf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Aqaba
... put in place by the Nabataeans. The dams, channels, drains and even pipelines diverted flash floods to a stable water supply for the city of Petra. This enabled the city to become a very important stop on trade routes. As you turn the final curve in the Siq, you get a sudden and magnificent view of the 40m tall Treasury, the most famous structure in Petra. Takes your breath away. We then walked along the Street of ...
... areas so the horses often slip on the pavement as drivers try to control them. We saw one man struck by a chariot and several near misses. The haste is caused by the need to get as many fares in as you can before the site closes. All through the siq there are young children trying to sell you post cards. We were again advised to ignore them are they are supposed to be in school but their families force them into this business.
After a sometimes treacherous ...
... to just pay Audi because “he’s my brother”. The ride was very pleasant – the burros were sure-footed and the ride was smooth. We tried to get a carriage to ride back to the visitor’s center, but there were a lot of people waiting, so we decided to walk. We walked all the way through the Sig (uphill!) and were getting really tired when we got to where we could get a horse ride. It was getting close to the time we were supposed to meet the guide and ...
... natural crater and made our way into Jordan. As we cannot bring a rental car from Israel into Jordan, we parked the car near the crossing, and then walked across the border, twice, as we didn't get it quite right the first time. We picked up a taxi to bring us to our hotel, located south of the city of Aqaba on the Red ...
"Wake up, G Adventures, we are leaving!" came the call about 130am (about 3 hours after I went to bed). Why you ask? Mother Nature opened the skies and it was an utter downpour never before seen in the desert, especially in the summer season. Lightning lit up the sky and thunder crashed repeatedly. Our tents were starting to leak and we made the evacuation to our waiting jeeps for transport to the main camp. Prior to the call, the sounds had awoken us so I was able to literally ...