Wadi Musa P.Ox 66, Wadi Musa, Jordan | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by ldschaub


... trail, the number of people had grown significantly. There were several tour groups, many taking advantage of the donkey and camel rides, and they were all heading our way. We got out just in the knick of time. We spent the rest of the afternoon moving through the site and looking at everything around, until we got back to the Treasury. I have wanted a picture on a camel since we had been traveling. I was shut out in Moracco. We never made it to ...

Hello from Wadi Musa, Jordan (near Petra)

A travel blog entry by beverlybrown


... this one but it not so scenic, our guide said. Which isn't saying much. It's desert. We know what that looks like.

En route we stopped at Madaba. It is known for its striking Byzantine mosaics, including the earliest surviving map of the Holy Land. Set in a mosaic floor, the map dates to about the sixth century. Mosaic-making is a tradition that endures with local artists through-out ...

Romancing the Sandstone

A travel blog entry by moinmotion


... and valleys, and many more magnificent carved structures. The ancient monuments have exotic names like Street of Facades, High Place of Sacrifice, Sacred Hall, Silk Tomb and Temple of The Winged Lions. How could anyone not be romanced by the place?

I won't lie - it was unexpectedly tough going. Blazing hot, sweaty, aching muscles, blistered feet, and a throbbing twisted ankle. Our guide Ayman bounded ahead of us with great ease ...

Are We On the King's Highway, Yet?

A travel blog entry by nellieva


... fortunate (I believe) to be alive.

With that excitement behind us, we found our turnoff and headed eastward again. The vegetation and springtime grasses returned, and we started climbing again, toward the town of Shobak. The Crusader castle here is located away from town, alone on a wide vista. We made our way to the outside, snapped some pictures, but did not go inside. We had a date in Petra, were tired, and decided to move on. Lucky for us we did.

High Place of Sacrifice at Petra

A travel blog entry by ericjon97


... other little monuments or sculptures. It was a little difficult to figure out where I was since the map of Petra that you get when you buy a ticket is very vague, and there are no signs at all. It also didn’t help that there were NO other tourists up there so there was no one to follow. I just guessed as best I could until I had enough.

I walked back through the Siq and passed the Treasury again. It’s ...


This hotel, located on Wadi Musa P.Ox 66, Wadi Musa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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