Crowne Plaza Resort Petra
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrowne Plaza Resort Petra Wadi Musa
what a place. genuinely five stars, but be prepared to be overwhelmed by the crowds. the buffet breakfast goes on for miles and they have a pretty sweet set up for swimming in the Dead Sea.
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... take a Camel ride at the entrance to the Treasury (the scene made famous in many movies including James Bond). That was fun. After hiking our way in, we had a buffet lunch. Then Jan and JJ and I opted for donkey rides back up to the Treasury while Jim walked. I got the frisky little type A personality donkey who always had to take the lead...love a little girl with pep! It's still a long walk out after that point though. We were dying by the time we got to the hotel door. We're ...
was one old man playing an instrument with a young boy dancing next to
him. This little boy was so adorable and having so much fun, it was very
captivating, even if the music wasn’t very pleasant to the ear.
The cousins on camels in front of the big temple in Petra
Drew & ...
... walking three steps behind their men……...Graham tried to encourage me to do the same to which he got a firm no, I do enjoy dressing up but my yashmak days are long gone. The early morning calls to prayer lacked the gentleness and soothing calm that we heard in Turkey - they sounded harsher and went on for a lot longer followed by what Graham referred to as Hitler like religious ‘broadcasts’ all across the towns’ ...
... The tombs themselves aren't much to look at, but the facades are fantastic. This particular tomb set didn't have the most amazing facade, but its height did offer a fantastic view of the valley we were descending within.
The Siq was a phenomenal entrance to Petra proper. As we walked through the narrow canyon created by an earthquake of ages past, we were awed by its size. Soaring over our heads, the rocky crags created a dimly lit atmosphere that ...
Wadi Rum was our oasis in the desert. We went out on a 4wheel drive ute into the desert to watch the sunset. We saw different coloured sands and rock formations. We met a Bedouin man who lives in the desert, he gave us some tea flavoured with sage, and also played us some traditional music. Our accommodation was a mud style hut, with the bed also made of concrete. Yes we had a mattress. Today was our last day in Jordan and we returned to Amman. On the way ...