Kings' Way Hotel
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... due to this. We were virtually the only tourists in the site this morning. It's quite sad to see, as tourism is very crucial to the economy of this region. I will admit I'm a bit jumpy by popping noises outside and I keep having visions of seeing missiles being fired on the horizon during the night with all the recent turmoil with ISIS. They did warn us this evening that we'd be hearing gunshots and not to be alarmed. Apparently it's high school graduation night. We got a ...
... and Indiana Jones) justice, it is the sum of the products that makes Petra so special. We continued our hike past the auditorium and royal tombs to the Monastery trail. The same trail where we began to understand that jeans and boat shoes were not proper attire for stone staircase of 950 steps leading to the top of the canyon. But after a climb that tested the limits of my never-tested consultant stamina, we emerged ...
... from Jehad plus the owner and staff at our little hotel in Amman, what we experienced generally was unfriendliness and at times, open hostility. Oh, yes, and another friendly person we came across was in fact a Syrian guy, a recent refugee to Jordan who had set up his own bakery in Amman, specialising in baklava…...As we passed his shop, he invited us in to sample his enticing honey drenched and rose water baklava and other sponge like cakes. ...
... Ark of the Covenant or something else important would be inside. For a while there was bullet-proof glass over the front, and then the security was increased enough to ensure the safety of the monument.
Turning to the right, we followed the path down into the main valley of Petra. After looking at some small tombs on the left of the path, we made our way to the ancient theater. It, like the theater at Sepphoris, was carved out of the bedrock. There was ...
... they would normally do, with the exception of spoons. They would use hands. We had lentil soup with a squeeze of lemon juice . You would not believe how good that tastes . From now on that is how I will serve my lentil soup! Then came the platter of rice and chicken , served with natural yoghurt and a tomato and cucumber salad.......delicious. Followed by fresh ...