Barakat Hotel Apartments
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... the millions of flies then it's ok. It was a good experience to camp here but there is nothing to do there!! A day trip might have been enough. Off we went to Petra the next day. This was pretty impressive to see but it's is so hard in the blistering heat. It takes about two hours to walk to the first part of Petra alone( plus two hours back to the entrance). I have up after about four hours but the rest battled on. We had a two day pass but to ...
... over the last 2,000 years. The scrolls were likely hidden in 68 A.D. when the Roman emperor Vespasian came through and wiped-out this small community of separatists.
I guess they did a great job of hiding the scrolls though, mostly in clay jars (interestingly, we saw an original in a shop in Bethlehem) where they remained incredibly well preserved until their discovery almost 2,000 years later - I want them on my team for hide and seek!
... food was a little wait, but when it finally arrived we were more than satisfied. The restaurant was a great find! Afterwards I went to show one of the girls, Jess, a cafe near the hostel that I had stumbled upon earlier where actual alcohol was being served. We ended up having a drink, and celebrating one of the staff's birthday (free cake!) and watching them give a great Jordanian line dance performance. It was an appropriate end to my stay in ...
... his story of being taken prisoner by the Israeli's when fighting for his country Palestine in the early '70's. They tried to kill him a few times and it was only through the King of Jordon making a prisoner trade that he was released after 10 years and not killed. It was very hard to leave. We wanted to hear more. Ray then drove us to his aunts house in the Aljun region, growing some of the best olive oil in the world, also tomatoes and grapes. From ...
... you can clearly see the city layers, but to our untrained eyes, picking out all 20 was a bit beyond us. However, the Bible talks about Joshua marching around the city seven times, and that old wall is clearly visible, and is 8 meters thick! Jericho is considered a miracle for a number of reasons. The Biblical story has it that when it was first established, the water was awful, but Elisha prayed and asked for salt, and ...