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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeit Zaman Wadi Musa
The hotel is lovely, but does need some basic maintenance like bath plugs that fit and shower holders tthat work.
The main problem though for us was that the hotel was out of the main area of Wadi Musa and the shops and restaurants.It was a 5RJD taxi drive to teh Petra site.
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... I was feeling that there was an ethical problem with climbing something so fragile. Although it had been there for so many years, and it was unlikely to break anytime soon, I wasn't prepared to have my footsteps help to create an extra groove into the sandstone. Our trucks were waiting for us and we hopped in and they sped their way to a sunset point. We made it just in time. The sun set in the perfect positioning between a couple of mountains and made the sky ...
... Jordanian food, which unfortunately once again we couldn’t finish. I’m having a little difficulty with the wastage that’s accompanied us and the lack of recycling and reusing. Hopefully one day, Jordan will follow in our footsteps to this record.
Camping in the desert tomorrow, definitely no internet but should be a blast. With the brief shower we had today, fingers are crossed we have a starry night in Wadi ...
... bonus, this was a part of the city I had never visited before, and yet we still managed to see all of the major sites.
After several hours of walking, we stopped for a cold drink and mapped out the rest of our day. The weather was growing steadily warmer. There were no clouds in the sky whatsoever, but it was still comfortable. We had the option of continuing further in (and UP) through the city at this point, but we were all ...
There are a couple of ways to navigate up and down the length of Jordan. The oldest of these, and less used, is the Kings Highway, an ancient trade route. It is not generally the most direct route, so I was pleasantly surprised when we turned onto it on our way to Wadi Musa, where the ancient Nabatean city of Petra is located. Wadi Musa is about an hour and a half north of Wadi Rum, and as we entered town we stopped briefly on a section of the ...
... Brown, University of Utah, Penn, and Jordanians who have worked or are still working on the site. Petra means "the Rock", which is certainly well deserved in light of the massive sandstone rock that lined our path. Once again, I'll let the pictures tell you the story of the true marvel that we experienced. Petra was established possibly as early as 312 BC as the capital city of the Nabataeans. Not only is there incredible rock-cut architecture, but also an amazing water conduit ...