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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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... the Monastery. In my opinion, the Monastery, standing 50 meters tall by 42 meters wide with views of the entire canyon system and the surrounding Jordanian desert, is the true crown jewel of Petra. We left Petra the same way we came, through 6 miles of canyon hiking, albeit downhill. After a quick lunch, we hopped in our Nissan hatchback and set off for the Dead Sea on an easy, 3.5 hour coastal highway. Or so ...
... we disappointed him though when we bought a little box of 8 cakes, he kept trying to persuade us to buy a whole tray which is the local norm and whilst tempting, that would have been just plain greedy. As Canefucius regularly reminds me: A moment on the lips could be a lifetime on your hips, darling ….yes, maybe a yashmak for Queen Lisa could be a useful cover up as for sure, the hips dont lie but when you talk like that you drive a woman mad.
... large amount of erosion wear and tear on it because it was exposed. We had fun jumping around on the area behind the stage before continuing on.
We had taken our time wandering through the first parts of Petra, and after the super early breakfast, it was time for lunch. We found a path that led up into the mountains on the south, and so we climbed up high enough to get a good view of the valley and then ate our lunch on a conveniently large ...
... a guide. One memorable quote from a tour guide trying to get our business was "normal price is 40, but you are good friend, so 75"?!? In the end we saw the rest of the sights we missed via an easy route. I spent the rest of the day hand washing clothes and napping. I've met some interesting people at this hostel. One person is a video game tester. Part of her job entails making sure gamers can't give their characters (avatars) offensive names. She does this ...
... from the Crusader era (yup, more scrambling over and under ruins), see even more breathtaking views of Dana Reserve, and see Petra for the first time ever by night under the stars.
As I look back, I realize that Jordan is an incredibly moving country. In the span of 12 hours, we were moved multiple times as we made our way down south. I can't say many places have done that in such a concentrated way.