Edom Hotel Petra
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEdom Hotel Petra Wadi Musa
The hotel was fine... a bland modern place with a maze of corridors downstairs and a slightly unfinished feel on the accommodation floors. The setting was perfect, just a few hundred metres from the entrance to the Petra world heritage site. It's on a side street so very quiet, but with plenty of restaurants just steps away. My only minor quibble about the hotel would be the showers, but I don't expect much water pressure in the desert.
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... Don't expect tips from Chinese or French", "Charge Americans double"(we heard one american lady paid 25 dinars a shall that is usualy sold 3 to 5 dinars!!), "Send the Russians in the wrong direction" etc., fun stuff ;-)
We usually say we are French and Filipino living in Australia and we usually PASS the test of character. And even sometimes, we even get nods of approvals. A few people have actually appraised the french side saying things like "France good", "French people ...
... memory we will cherish for a very long time. The camp now had a very atmospheric feel. They were certainly getting their money’s worth from the few hours they had with the electricity generator!!
Dinner was a feast. With a variety of traditional salads and vegetables, plenty of shrak bread, a type of chipati and a main dish of Maglouba, a meat or fish and vegetable stew served with rice (in our case chicken) mixed with yoghurt but to the relief of the ...
... Good night!’ it is time to head back up the Siq. We were ahead of the game on that one and
started back before the signal was given. The trek back was hard going as the Siq is on a slight incline. ‘We’re definitely getting a horse and cart back up the Siq tomorrow!’ wheezed Roisin as we neared the exit gate. The whole experience lasted just over 2 hours and is highly recommended to anyone who is lucky enough to find themselves in this part ...
... that there is an impressive tomb chamber carved out behind it. One family tomb had 17 individual graves cut into the floor. We were blown away by the colours of the sandstone inside the tomb chambers and got the impression that the stone carvers were more artisan than they have been given credit for. After a long day, we returned to our Bedwoin Camp for some dinner around the campfire and an early night to rest some weary ...
... off the flavours out. With our mouths watering we still had to wait though to be shown the correct technique to eat our banquet, with our hands!! Our guide took the lead, firstly stripping back some tender lamb and mixing it with the rice, next you ball it in your palm and finally you stuff it in your mouth in the most eloquent way possible, haha.
The whole experience was amazing except if your name is Shaylee. Not being a big fan of meat on the bone at the best ...